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International report: Iraq is among 11 countries in the world that will face problems of instability

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International report: Iraq is among 11 countries in the world that will face problems of instability Empty International report: Iraq is among 11 countries in the world that will face problems of instability

Post by rocky Thu 02 Dec 2021, 6:00 am

[size=52]International report: Iraq is among 11 countries in the world that will face problems of instability due to climate change[/size]

[size=45]Translation/ Hamed Ahmed[/size]
[size=45]An international report issued by the US National Intelligence Council identified the names of 11 countries around the world, including Iraq, that will be vulnerable to geopolitical instability for reasons related to climate change, which will worsen more after the year 2030 and the resulting problems of lack of water resources and its impact on food and water security and the accompanying lack of it. For financial resources and good management to adapt to the effects of this change, which calls for humanitarian assistance.[/size]
[size=45]The report issued by the Office of the Director of the US National Security Council entitled "Climate change and the increasing challenges towards the international situation through the year 2040" and which oversees 18 intelligence agencies in the United States, stated that climate change will increase challenges to American national security, adding that there are Eleven countries around the world, including Iraq, will be more vulnerable to geopolitical instability due to this climate change.[/size]
[size=45]The US report stated that each of the eleven countries, which includes Afghanistan, Burma, Colombia, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, India, Iraq, North Korea and Pakistan, is likely to face a large series of extreme climate events that pose threats to energy, food, water and health security. .[/size]
[size=45]"The decline in energy, food and water security in 11 countries is likely to exacerbate poverty, clan and ethnic tensions, distrust of governments, and increase the risks of social, economic and political instability," the US intelligence report said.[/size]
[size=45]The report also adds, “More generally, the cumulative material effects will exacerbate important geopolitical matters, especially after 2030 in these countries, and major countries and regions will face increased risks of instability, which calls for providing humanitarian assistance.”[/size]
[size=45]The report listed a number of possible scenarios for the consequences of climate change in the world, including an increase in temperatures and an increase in rainfall rates that may double the spread of mosquitoes and the spread of diseases in South Asia and Central American countries, which worsens health conditions and causes the loss of many lives.[/size]
[size=45]Another possible scenario is the possibility of contamination of water resources due to more frequent and intense hurricanes, and scientific projections indicate the possibility of outbreaks of mosquito-borne diseases in Afghanistan, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, India, Iraq and Pakistan.[/size]
[size=45]It is also possible that the process of climate change will exacerbate the loss of environmental diversity, which may lead to the extinction of more plants and animals that will not be able to live in their original places, which increases the exposure of the ecosystem to risks and the impact of this on the world's population who depend on it for food and medicine.[/size]
[size=45]The report adds that there is a possibility that these eleven countries will lack the financial resources that would enable them to face these difficulties, as well as the lack of efficiency and administrative capacity to be able to adapt and coexist with the effects of climate change.[/size]
[size=45]The report added, "Foreign governments, international institutions, and private investment companies can provide financial assistance, technical expertise and technological techniques to adapt to climate change, to lift some of these difficulties represented by low food and water security and the spread of poverty."[/size]
[size=45]However, the report noted that "these efforts are likely to face obstacles and obstacles in these eleven countries, due to mismanagement, weak infrastructure, rampant corruption, and the difficulty of material aid access." The report predicted that 5% of the world’s population will be exposed to severe heat waves within 20 years in which the temperature rises by 1.1 degrees, and that 14% of the world’s population will be exposed to severe heat waves in five years in which the temperature rises by 1.5 degrees, and that 37% of the world’s population will be exposed to heat waves Severe in five years when temperatures rise 2 degrees Celsius.[/size]
[size=45]The report indicates that the increase and frequency of severe heat waves will reduce the production of labor and increase the frequency and increase of wildfires and undermine human health, which will increase the loss of life.[/size]
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