Participants hold placards as they march during the "Global Climate March" on November 29, 2015 in Madrid, called by environmental NGOs on the eve of the official opening of an 195-nation UN climate summit in Paris. AFP PHOTO / GERARD JULIEN
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Violence has cast a long shadow over a climate summit opening in Paris Monday, two weeks after 130 people were killed in a coordinated militant onslaught on the French capital. As more than 150 world leaders prepared to meet under heightened security, analysts warned of a war-torn future facing humanity if they fail to limit global warming.The Paris attacks on Nov. 13 were claimed by ISIS that has a brutal war in Syria – a conflict rooted in part, experts say, on a historic drought from 2006 to 2010 .Many a report has suggested that water scarcity, exacerbated by global warming, has fueled deadly conflicts in the Middle East and Africa, thus contributing to the flood of refugees seeking a better life in Europe and elsewhere. Experts warn the situation is likely to worsen as climate conditions become more hostile to human survival – and people become more desperate.
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