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Climate Security Roundup: Tennessee, Texas, Florida, Minnesota

Underway supply replenishmentThe last week and a half featured a lot of climate security discussion in the United States, particularly as senior retired military leaders rounded the country to talk about the issue. Below is a listing of key events, articles and interviews.

February 26: Discussion, Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy. “Climate change as catalyst for conflict.” With Rear Admiral Neil Morisetti, British Royal Navy (ret), member of CNA Military Advisory Board and  Lt. General John Castellaw, USMC (ret), Advisory Board Member, the Center for Climate and Security.

March 1: Commentary, Austin American-Statestman. “Texas’ energy innovation helps secure a safer future.” By Lt. Gen. Ken Eickmann, USAF (ret) and Rear Adm. Neil Morisetti, British Royal Navy (ret), members of CNA Corporation’s Military Advisory Board.

March 2: TV Interview, Good Day Austin with Lt. Gen. Ken Eickmann, USAF (ret) and Rear Adm. Neil Morisetti, British Royal Navy (ret).

March 3: Op-Ed, Miami Herald. “Climate change a threat to national security.” By Lt. Gen. Ken Eickmann, USAF (ret) and Rear Adm. Neil Morisetti, British Royal Navy (ret).

March 4: Interview, Minnesota Public Radio New. “How climate change contributed to Syria’s civil war.” With Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson, United States Army (ret), former chief of staff to United States Secretary of State Colin Powell and Francesco Femia, Co-Founder and Director of the Center for Climate and Security.

March 8: Op-ed, Florida Today. “Weaver: Navy well-positioned to tackle climate change.”

 


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