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Climate change poses multiple threats to international relations from production and trade all the way to clean air and treatiesWith collective goods such as air and finite resources like food water and energy being taken and abused by an ever increasing population nations will change their focus to securing these resources Treaties like the Kyoto Protocol are put in place but not strictly regulated or even followed by some nations It seems the short term gain of abusing these resources is more in favor then the long term gain in most nations eyes However if nothing changes in the next fifty years we could see an increase in drought more drastic weather changes scarce amount of food and a potential shift in where arable land lies These changes are costly and without a sovereign above all nations I doubt we will find a time where every nation agrees to change not just one process but a conglomeration of process to better quality of life The problem of climate change is so large that it cant be solved by voluntary individual responses It requires an economy-wide solution ie one that limits the total carbon intake of the economyPeter BarnesClimate change is going to affect the production of food in places like South America and South Africa This could cause wide spread loss in the affected region with a potential gain for more advanced nations to sell technology that could be used to help with food production China could lose some of its arable land and have struggles feeding its ever growing population China has actually set a limit of their arable land saying they will not lose a certain amount To ensure grain security China set a red line to guarantee its arable land never shrinks to less than 18 billion mu 120 million hectares Wang Guanqun If china loses this arable land it could cause a shift in how most nations do business with
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