Norvergence: Climate change fueled Syria’s civil war

“Until now the main cause of civil war is a wealth of the nation in few men hands but Syria showed us another reason; Climate Change”

With this blog post, environmentalists at Norvergence have taken their research and study to a whole new level. The purpose of this content is to make people aware of how a climate change-driven drought can exacerbate conflict in a country.

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No one knew that drought in Syria could be one of the devastating factors that trigger the 2nd deadliest war of the 21st century. Experts believe that the Syrian civil war is the result of many interrelated factors such as sociopolitical tensions, religious tensions, bad condition of the economy, and other political changes that swept across the Middle-East.

The environmentalist at Norvergence has conducted research related to climate change issues in Syria and the impact on Syria. The team connected the dots as the research showed the impact of climatic change on the Syria war too. The article “Climate Change Fueled Syria’s Civil War” talks more about the connection between the two i.e. the war and climate change.

Norvergence: Climate change fueled Syria’s civil war

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