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Unformatted text preview: ound that the gravest consequences of climate change could threaten to destabilize governments, intensify terrorist actions, and displace hundreds of millions of people due to increasingly frequent and severe natural disasters, higher incidences of diseases such as malaria, rising sea levels, and food and water shortages.A 2007 analysis by the Center for American Progress concludes that the geopolitical implications of climate change could include wide-spanning social, political, and environmental consequences such as “destabilizing levels of internal migration” in developing countries and more immigration into the United States. The U.S. military will face increasing pressure to deal with these crises, which will further put our military at risk and require already strapped resources to be sent abroad. There can't be a transition if there continue to be high demand – only the aff can solve Lefton, Researcher for Progressive Media, January 13, 2010 [American Progress - Rebecca, “Oil Dependence is a Dangerous Habit,” Transportation%20Topic/L...
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