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This is how to avoid climate crises becoming the trigger for social unrest

Civil unrest is potentially increased by climate change, but there are factors that can offer resilience to it. Image: UNSPLASH/Chris Gallagher

Thomas Johansmeyer

Head, Property Claim Services (PCS), Verisk

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