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Marine Corps University Journal: Special Issue on Climate Change & Policy

U.S. Marines aid Saipan with typhoon relief efforts

U.S. Marine carries water jugs during typhoon relief in Saipan, 2015. (photo by Lance Cpl. Brian Bekkala)

The Marine Corps University (MCU) Journal just released an interesting new addition to the climate and security discussion with its “2016 Special Issue: Climate Change & Policy,” which is happily not behind a paywall. The special issue is the latest in a long line of reports on climate change from the U.S. defense community.

For a good write-up on the special issue, and a close look at the introductory article by Edward J. Erickson, see Schuyler Null’s blog post over at the New Security Beat.

Below is the full table of contents:

CLIMATE CHANGE AND POLICY

Climate Change and the Department of Defense:
An Introduction
Edward J. Erickson

Richard Nixon, Barack Obama, and the Road to American Climate Change Policy
J. Brooks Flippen

Warmly Argued: A Brief Historical Look at Two Centuries of Climate Change Findings in Public Dialogue
Michael Reis

Tooth-to-Tail Greening: Energy and Climate Leadership and Policy Change at the Department of Defense
Rebecca Pincus

Impact of Climate Change on U.S. Military Operations in the Western Pacific
Ralph Espach, David Zvijac, and Ronald Filadelfo

Examining Long-Term Climate-Related Security Risks through the Use of Gaming and Scenario Planning
Catherine M. Schkoda, Shawna G. Cuan, and E. D. McGrady

BOOK REVIEWS

The Greening of the U.S. Military: Environmental Policy, National Security, and Organizational Change
by Robert F. Durant
Reviewed by Philip Shackelford

MCU Journal
Light It Up: The Marine Eye for Battle in the War for Iraq
by John Pettegrew
Reviewed by Gregory Bereiter

Clean and White: A History of Environmental Racism in the United States
by Carl A. Zimring
Reviewed by Edward D. Melillo

Re-Visioning Terrorism: A Humanistic Perspective
edited by Elena Coda and Ben Lawton
Reviewed by Kathryn Marie Fisher


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