Violence is not a new thing in human history. Throughout history, man has fought many wars, practiced various forms of violence, and contributed to the killing of his fellow man, just as the fiercest beasts and predators have not. He killed his human brother; Some of the reasons are religious and some are related to greed, and although the world after the Second World War became more stable, and clear-cut borders were drawn for each country, some sporadic war activities continued here and there without affecting global stability.
Climate change will lead to many problems such as wars and floods, the disappearance of some coastal cities, desertification, global warming, poverty, epidemics, food shortages, and many other problems that require urgent solutions. Thus, preserving the future of humanity, in particular, and life on Earth in general, requires radical solutions to climate problems.
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