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Climate and Security Resources: Government Accountability Office

This page includes a list of resources on the nexus of climate change and security by the U.S. Government, Government Accountability Office.

Government Accountability Office

2019: Climate Resilience: DOD Needs to Assess Risk and Provide Guidance on Use of Climate Projections in Installation Master Plans and Facilities Designs. GAO-19-453, June 2019

2019: High-Risk Series: Substantial Efforts Needed to Achieve Greater Progress on High-Risk Areas. GAO-19-157SP

2019: Climate Change: Activities of Selected Agencies to Address Potential Impact on Global Migration. GAO-19-166

2018: National Security: Long-Range Emerging Threats Facing the United States As Identified by Federal Agencies. GAO-10-204SP

2017: Climate Change Adaptation: DOD Needs to Better Incorporate Adaptation into Planning and Collaboration at Overseas Installations. GAO-18-206

2017: High-Risk Series: Progress on Many High-Risk Areas, While Substantial Efforts Needed on Others. GAO-17-317

2014: Climate Change Adaptation: DOD Can Improve Infrastructure Planning and Processes to Better Account for Potential Impacts. GAO-14-446

2014: Extreme Weather Events: Limiting Federal Fiscal Exposure and Increasing the Nation’s Resilience. GAO-14-364T. (Feb 12, 2014)

2014: Managing Director, Natural Resources and Environment Issues U.S. Government Accountability Office: “Statement for the Record, Extreme Weather Events: The Costs of Not Being Prepared, Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, United States Senate.”

2013: High-Risk Series: An Update

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