Climate change affects human health in all sectors of society, both domestically & globally. The sea-level rise, changes in precipitation resulting in flooding & drought, heat waves, more intense hurricanes & storms, and degraded air quality, affect human health. This book is an attempt to unravel the new non-traditional challenges that the UN will face in coming decades if the states fail to keep the climate change fixed at the threshold of 2 degrees Celsius as agreed at the COP 21 conference in Paris by all the states results in intra and inter-state conflict.

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chapter 1|36 pages


chapter 2|43 pages

Climate Change and Water Security

chapter 3|44 pages

Climate Change and Food Security

chapter 4|24 pages

Climate Change and Health Security

chapter 5|52 pages

Climate Change, Natural Disasters and UN

chapter 6|14 pages

Climate Change Induced Displacement and UN

chapter 8|33 pages