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Brigadier General Bob Barnes Joins the Center for Climate and Security Advisory Board

We here at the Center for Climate and Security are honored to welcome Brigadier General J. Robert “Bob” Barnes, United States Army (Retired), to our Advisory Board.

Bob Barnes currently serves as a Senior Policy Advisor for The Nature Conservancy, focusing on environmental security and interagency and public-private collaboration on climate change and other environmental matters with national security implications. He retired from the Army in 2001, where his last assignment was as the Assistant Judge Advocate General (Civil Law and Litigations). Previous assignments included serving as the Assistant Judge Advocate General (Military Law and Operations); Staff Judge Advocate for Forces Command; Legal Advisor to Joint Task Force-Olympics; and Chief, Administrative Law Division, Office of the Judge Advocate General. From 1989-91 he served as the Deputy Legal and Legislative Counsel to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, where his duties included addressing operational, environmental, and other legal issues during Operations Just Cause, Desert Shield/Storm, and other contingency operations. Following his retirement from the Army, Bob also participated in a two-year MIPT-Kennedy School study on balancing security and civil liberties and served as a consultant to the World Bank on ethics and integrity.


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