On April 27th, the American Security Project (ASP) and the Center for Climate & Security (CCS) held a briefing on Capitol Hill highlighting climate change risks to military readiness and national security, as well as what Congress could do to help. The panel included Center for Climate and Security Advisory Board member, Vice Admiral Dennis McGinn, USN (Ret.), Brigadier General Stephen Cheney, USMC (Ret.), and Brigadier General David McGinnis USA (Ret.). The Center for Climate and Security’s Director of Government Affairs, Colonel Thomas Watson, USAF (Ret.), provided opening remarks, and the discussion was moderated by ASP’s Senior Fellow for Energy and Climate, Andrew Holland. For a short recap and a full video of the event, click here.
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