What do WW2 and climate change have in common?

Was WW2 about national food security? If so, what implications does this have for geopolitics as climate change starts to bite? This “Crash course” in world history looks at WW2 and takes 10 minutes to briefly summarise the war, and then dives into causes and consequences.

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3 Responses to What do WW2 and climate change have in common?

  1. johnkeats9 says:

    I love crash course! Where is the “endless like” button at?!

  2. roslynb says:

    Yes, levensraum – land for the German people. Today, food shortage, and economic problems – particularly unemployment – are major drivers of current Middle East unrest, particularly in Syria. At least we’re sending a humanitarian mission…oh wait…

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