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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Table of Contents
1. Introduction 2. Climate Change and Water Security 3. Climate Change and Food Security 4. Climate Change and Health Security 5. Climate Change, Natural Disasters and UN 6. Climate Change Induced Displacement and UN 7. Role of UN in Meeting the Threats of Climate Change 8. Conclusions