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The Climate and Security Podcast: Episode One with John Conger

Podcast_John CongerWe are thrilled to announce the launch of The Climate and Security Podcast!

In the inaugural episode, host Dr. Chakraborty talks to the Center for Climate and Security’s Director, the Honorable John Conger, about the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) view of climate change impacts on current and future military missions, and its role as a “threat multiplier.” Viewers will hear about how multi-billion dollar budgets fall short of the enterprise-wide need of a trillion+ in installation related costs from the unique perspective of a former Assistant Secretary of Defense for Energy, Installations and Environment, and former Principal Deputy Comptroller at the DoD.

The Center for Climate and Security’s video podcast takes climate change out of its environmental box, and brings it to the big kid’s table of national and international security. Featuring a series of exclusive dialogues between host Dr. Sweta Chakraborty and leading security, military and foreign affairs experts, the podcast explores our responsibility to prepare for a rapidly-changing world.

Episodes will be released every two weeks on all podcast listening outlets. The video versions can all be viewed at:

https://climateandsecurity.org/podcast/

Subscribe to the Center for Climate and Security’s YouTube channel to never miss an episode!


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