Andrew Holland writes in his paper that Africa is one of the most vulnerable countries to unrest in response to climate change. This is because in Africa poverty is widespread and on the other side, the country’s population will increase by 1.2 Billion by 2050 and because that the change in climate will be quite aggressive. The intensive change in climate threat, increase in pollution, and widespread poverty will lead to huge instability to the environment as well as deepen threats to the country’s infrastructure. The US defence mission in Africa is to control the existing threats to spread and to prevent new threats from starting up. This step by the U.S Defence is the right step, because scientists claimed that any climate change threat in Africa will lead more extreme weather and less water availability.
And this will lead to lower food productivity in many African places, which is already struggling with the food security. The author’s claim is right because the Africa country does not have basic resources to fight with any kind of climate change threats to the country. There will be huge draught and other issues in the country, which will be tough to control in the coming time. Therefore, the strategy prepared by U.S Defence in Africa to control the new such threats is right, and the U.S Defence cannot even wait for the climate change debate to be settled by leading countries as well African organizations to reach some conclusion. Many ISIS and other terrorist groups will be activated in such conditions and will make the living of the people worse.