Climate change and conflict: Are we too late?

A report from the Institute of Economics and Peace says ecological breakdown, exacerbated by climate change, has led to conflict and created a vicious cycle which might have gone beyond the point of no return.

Dr Ella Gilbert explains how climate change and conflict are linked, as Stanley Johnson adds that "climate change has a way of exasperating conflict".

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