Up to 15 million children are directly entangled in violent conflicts in the Central African Republic, Iraq, the Palestinian territories, South Sudan, Syria and Ukraine, said the report by the United Nations Children’s Fund, or Unicef. Globally, the report said, an estimated 230 million children live in countries and areas torn by armed conflicts.
Social disorder is a central result of global warming, and symptoms of this disorder are beginning to appear. The UNICEF report stated that 2014 was one of the worst ever for the world's children. Just as CO2 and biosphere temperature increases, as Arctic and Greenland ice and glaciers worldwide melt, as sea levels rise, so social disorder and its consequences will expand.