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Climate change linked to a rise in human conflict

New research has found compelling evidence linking even small changes in climate to increases in human conflict across the world, with troubling new implications for a potentially warming planet.

Links between climate change and population growth

Family planning in the developing world is key to cutting emissions
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As countries like Chad industrialize, their large family sizes will produce considerable carbon emissions. Foreign aid through education and birth control provision could make a huge difference in helping these countries reduce their family size and eventual carbon footprint. (Kambou Sia/AFP/Getty Images)
As the planet warms and its human population soars, there is an increasing need for birth control and education in developing countries.
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