OJPS  Vol.5 No.2 , March 2015
The African State and Environmental Management: A Review of Climate and Human Security
Climate Change is a pressing human security issue. It can create and increase risk and vulnerability for many people in many regions, most especially those people for whom themselves and their state and sub-state systems leave them least able to respond. This paper examines the existing and potential impacts of climate change on human Security, and finally provides the way forward to addressing the challenges of climate change on human security.

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Ome, E. and Casimir, A. (2015) The African State and Environmental Management: A Review of Climate and Human Security. Open Journal of Political Science, 5, 109-114. doi: 10.4236/ojps.2015.52013.
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