Military Agencies and Wars are the worst culprits of human disasters and climate changes.

I am horrified to learn that military agencies and wars around the world supported by their perspective governments are the main culprits of the climate changes and human disasters. I search for evidence and there are aplenty. But the majority of the global citizens are being blindfolded from the facts in many ways. Some are ignorant not of their own choosing but because they do not have the education, the tool and opportunity to search for or reach for the truth. Many are being brainwashed by their perspective governments assisted with their privileged uses of their propaganda machines at their disposals.
I will list a few here but I am sure many of our submissions will touch on this issue as well.

The wars created by these military agencies dating back to the origin of human civilization in the East and the West, have caused enormous sufferings to our human beings and their environments.
The war crimes they have committed are mind boggling if we were to list them from Roman Empire in the West to the Chin Dynasty in the East. I will leave that to the historians to do the bit.

I will only list a few research articles through Googling to lead the way and I know there are many more talented people than me who can help to expand this issue and hopefully educate our governments around the world to stand up as the rulers of our “civilised society and planet” to do something about it before we all perish by our own folly with nuclear warfare and climate changes. The silly behaviour of our ancestors can be amended. But, if we allow our human conflicts to continue to wars, one day, all of us will be destroyed by our own folly and will perish with this beautiful planet we all human beings share and live in.

References :
1. Wikipedia

2. US military is a bigger polluter than as many as 140 ……

3. 24/6/2019 · Not green, but less, military. Climate change has become a hot-button topic on the campaign trail for the 2020 presidential election. Leading Democratic candidates, such as Senator Elizabeth …

3. War is an ecological catastrophe
Researchers believe that war exacerbates climate change, threatening the environment and making future wars more likely.
07 January, 2020

4. The U.S. military emits more greenhouse gases than Sweden and Denmark
The war machine needs fuel, perhaps so much as to make protecting oil redundant.
17 June, 2019

5. What’s the environmental impact of modern war?
Ban Ki-moon has called on nations to do more to protect the environment from the destruction of war, but even in times of peace our militaries have a huge impact on natural resources

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6. Russian war crimes
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A Russian soldier walking over the mass grave of Chechens in Komsomolskoye, 2001
Russian war crimes are the violations of the law of war, including the Hague Conventions of 1899 and 1907 and the Geneva Conventions, consisting out of war crimes and crimes against humanity, of which the official armed and paramilitary forces of the Russian Federation are accused of committing since the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991. This also extends to include aiding and abetting crimes of proto-states or client states armed and financed by Russia, including Luhansk People’s Republic and Donetsk People’s Republic. These have included the summary execution of captured enemy combatants, the mistreatment of prisoners during interrogation (torture), and the use of violence against civilian non-combatants, including rape. Russia is the only country still involved in all post-Soviet wars in the 21st century Europe.[citation ne

7. Financial costs of the Seven Years’ War
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The Seven Years’ War (1756-1763) brought great financial burdens on Great Britain, Kingdom of Prussia, Austria, France, and Sweden. The costs of fighting a protracted war on several continents meant Britain’s national debt almost doubled from 1756 to 1763, and this financial pressure which Britain tried to alleviate through new taxation in the Thirteen Colonies helped cause the American Revolution.[1][2]

8. World war
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“The World Wars” redirects here. For the 2014 miniseries, see The World Wars (miniseries).
For the conflict that was referred to as the World War before the start of the second war, see World War I.
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A world war is “a war engaged in by all or most of the principal nations of the world”.[1] The term is usually reserved to two major international conflicts that occurred during the 20th century: World War I (1914–1918) and World War II (1939–1945). However, a variety of global conflicts have been subjectively deemed “world wars”, such as the Cold War and the War on Terror.