|The first and most important impact of global warming will be an acute and permanent crisis of food supply. In that situation, wars become probable. 'Countries that are unable to feed themselves are unlikely to be reasonable about it.... There is a probability of wars, even nuclear wars, if the temperature rises more than two to three degrees Celsius [4 to 5 degees Fahrenheit].'
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