We wish to extend a very warm welcome to the newest member of our Advisory Board, General Anthony C. Zinni, United States Marine Corps (Retired). General Zinni has had an extraordinarily distinguished career in the armed services, in diplomatic and foreign policy posts, business, academia, and public service. General Zinni retired from the military in 2000 after commanding the U.S. Central Command. He brings a wealth of experience on a broad range of topics, and we look forward to his contributions to our work on addressing the security implications of climate change. Click here for an extended biography
AboutThe Center for Climate and Security explores the security risks of climate change.
TopicsAfrica Arctic China climate-security climate and conflict climate and security climate change climate migration conflict drought energy energy security military national security resiliency risk security stability threat multiplier U.S. Department of Defense United Nations United States UN Security Council vulnerability water
- RT @javargasc: John Kerry declara el Cambio Climático como un asunto fundamental de la seguridad nacional de EE.UU. wp.me/p1t6fZ-Q3 …_ 4 hours ago
- RT @NewSecurityBeat: RT @sustainablesec: GREAT overview of recent investigations into the role of #ClimateChange in the #ArabSpring http://…_ 4 hours ago
- RT @ashccroucher: 'On the Record': great compilation of statements by US officials on climate change as a security risk http://t.co/sQswRpx…_ 1 day ago
- Spring Thaw: What Role Did Climate Change and Natural Resource Scarcity Play in the Arab Spring?
- On the Record: Climate Change as a Security Risk According to U.S. Administration Officials
- Secretary Kerry Declares Climate Change a “Fundamental Security Issue”
- White House Releases National Strategy for the Arctic Region
- Friedman On Water and Climate Security in Yemen