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Note that it’s important we think beyond the weather to second and third order effects which lead to political instability, economic turbulence, and conflict. The decline of the Maya civilization between the 8th and 10th centuries is commonly attributed to prolonged droughts which led to warfare. So, it’s not just the prospect of flooding or wildfires we need to worry about, it’s also civil disobedience, disinformation, staff absenteeism and supply chain disruption caused by people reacting to climate fears.
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