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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. (more…)

Video: “National Security and the Accelerating Risks of Climate Change”

The_PentagonThe new CNA Military Advisory Board report “National Security and the Accelerating Risks of Climate Change” is already making a significant impact on the climate discussion in the United States. The report was launched at the Woodrow Wilson Center yesterday, with a panel that included Rear Admiral David Titley, USN (ret), General Ron Keys, USAF (ret), Vice Admiral Lee Gunn, USN (ret) and Rear Admiral Neil Morisetti, British Royal Navy (ret). If you didn’t get a chance to be there, or to watch it live online, you can watch a video of the event here.

CNA and RUSI Report “The Climate and Energy Nexus: Challenges and Opportunities for Transatlantic Security”

2010_Lisbon_NATO_summit_(7)On June 5, CNA and the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) released a new report titled “The Climate and Energy Nexus: Challenges and Opportunities for Transatlantic Security.” Given the quality of CNA’s and RUSI’s past reports, and their significant credibility in the field, this report is certainly worthy of note. (more…)

Event: The Energy and Climate Nexus: Challenges and Opportunities for Transatlantic Security

Scottish_raw_materials_-_sheep_and_oil_-_geograph.org.uk_-_278446The Woodrow Wilson Center’s Global Sustainability and Resilience Program will be hosting the release of a policy report on the morning of the 6th that is sure to be informative.  The event titled, The Energy and Climate Nexus: Challenges and Opportunities for Transatlantic Security, includes a line-up of some of the top energy and climate experts from both sides of the Atlantic.  Here is a description of the event: (more…)