Happy Friday! There were a number of climate and security-related events over the past couple of weeks, some of which were recorded. Listed below are some that caught our eye, and might make for great weekend climate and security binge listening/watching!
A Brief History of Weather and Climate Control, The Washington Geoengineering Consortium, featuring James Fleming.
Climate Change: Will We Have to Get Used to It?, KCRW, featuring Andrew Holland: American Security Project.
Disasters and Displacement: Challenges, Solutions and Linkages, Brookings Institute, featuring Elizabeth Ferris, Chaloka Beyani, Walter Kalin, Jane McAdam, and Ambassador Claude Wild
How is global security affected by climate change?, PBS Newshour, featuring Geoffrey Dabelko.
New Climate Science: Implications for Security, IISS, featuring Neil Adger, Clionadh Raleigh.
The Emerging Arctic, Council on Foreign Relations, featuring Scott Borgerson, Michael Byers, Heather Conley, Marlene Laruelle.
USAID Launched New Water, Conflict, and Peacebuliding Tookit, Woodrow Wilson Center, featuring Gidon Bromberg, Sandra Ruckstuhl, Geoffrey Dabelko, Aaron Wolf, Chris Kosnik.
Years of Living Dangerously, Showtime, featuring Tom Friedman and Susan Rice.