Today's climate change is experienced intensively and results are seen on all living things and ecosystems. Global policies for climate change also seem to give the expected results in a short time and the negative consequences of climate change are very difficult to control. The contention over climate change is that countries with super-powers are harmed by causing natural disasters to rival countries or destinations with various technologies. In this context, they can use many natural factors such as rainfall regimes, drought, flood, fire and earthquake. In addition, it is necessary to take into account the problem of seed use, excessive use of fertilizers and pesticides, and the productivity of soils that are deteriorating. However, while many people still have no access to healthy water, their lives are disrupted by earthquakes and tsunamis, the climate games of superpower affect the countries that are most vulnerable. As a result, the concept of climate refugee will begin to emerge as one of the most dramatic issues of humanity. This study will examine the phenomenon of climate change from the framework of climate wars. It will try to expose the concept of climate change not only as the melting of glaciers, but also as changing and changing human lives, the natural balance and the brutal face of capitalism. Is climate change a natural cycle of nature, otherwise unnatural processes will try to determine whether they have a role in this change.
Climate Change, Climate Wars, Climate Refugees