Have any wars had a net positive environmental impact?

Yes, war is terrible for the environment – the energy and resources required to make the weapons, transporting the soldiers, environmental damage from bombs, etc etc. But on the other hand, casualties are also good for the environment, because a dead person doesn’t eat or use energy. Does the latter ever outweigh the former?



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