... By “leverage and focus” of university students and facility, definitions on how to control future conflicts regarding resources in key regions of the world would give the DoD the influence they need with regard to climate change.
The DoD gave the University of Maryland (UoM) $1.9 million to research ways to influence government officials with regard to climate change.
According to Elisabeth Gilmore, assistant professor for the UoM: “It’s likely that physical and economic disruptions resulting from climate change could heighten tensions in sensitive areas of the world. The environmental changes from climate change can have important effects on our well-being and security. We need to better understand these interactions.”
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