Law enforcement isn't ready for its greatest test yet — climate change
The European law enforcement community must take the initiative and face its greatest challenge yet head-on: our planet’s changing climate, Dr Detlef Schröder writes.

Detlef Schröder, former Executive Director of the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training (CEPOL), claims that law enforcement needs a “holistic review of its approach” to the challenges posed by climate change. “When climate change is mentioned in European law enforcement circles, it is often in reference to the management of environmental protests or even workplace policies, but rarely law enforcement’s direct role in climate change mitigation and the reduction of climate crime.”


We will have civil wars. Nobody understands that, but our “peaceful state” is only thanks to the extreme luxury all these egotistical people live in.

Once water gets rare and we will have tons of people seeking a place to live, things will get really disgusting.

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