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Climate Conflict? | Bigger Than Five

Extreme droughts and flooding in India, a heat wave in Europe and security threat warnings in the US. Global emissions are on the rise, prompting the United Nations to warn about what it calls the risks of 'climate apartheid', where the wealthy pay to escape the devastating consequences of climate change, leaving the poor to suffer. Are big polluters ignoring the climate crisis and the risks it poses to their countries and the world-at-large? Guests: Myron Ebell- President Trump’s Former EPA Transition Chief & Director of the Center for Energy and Environment at the Competitive Enterprise Institute Rebecca Carter- Deputy Director of the Climate Resilience Practice at the World Resources Institute Francesco Femia- Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of The Council on Strategic Risks & Co-Founder of The Center for Climate and Security #BiggerThanFive

Roundtable: Will future wars be fought over water?

Roundtable: Will future wars be fought over water?

Roundtable: Water Conflict

Roundtable: Water Conflict

UN gives 2030 as climate change deadline

UN gives 2030 as climate change deadline

Climate of Change: Who pays the bill for fighting global warming?

Climate of Change: Who pays the bill for fighting global warming?

COVID-19: A Future in Question | Bigger Than Five

COVID-19: A Future in Question | Bigger Than Five

COVID-19: The World Reacts | Bigger Than Five

COVID-19: The World Reacts | Bigger Than Five

COVID-19: The US Response | Bigger Than Five

COVID-19: The US Response | Bigger Than Five

COVID-19: On The Front Line | Bigger Than Five

COVID-19: On The Front Line | Bigger Than Five

Trump’s Middle East “Peace” | Bigger Than Five

Trump’s Middle East “Peace” | Bigger Than Five

The Capital of a Palestinian State? | Bigger Than Five

The Capital of a Palestinian State? | Bigger Than Five

Five Facts: Trump’s Peace Plan | Bigger Than Five

Five Facts: Trump’s Peace Plan | Bigger Than Five

Inequality in South Africa | Bigger Than Five

Inequality in South Africa | Bigger Than Five

A Divided South Africa | Bigger Than Five

A Divided South Africa | Bigger Than Five

South Africa: 30 Years On | Bigger Than Five

South Africa: 30 Years On | Bigger Than Five

Global Expansion of Facial Recognition | Bigger Than Five

Global Expansion of Facial Recognition | Bigger Than Five

Scanning Faces in Kyrgyzstan

Scanning Faces in Kyrgyzstan

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