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The ABCs of a Risk Management Approach to Climate Change

448px-Risk_LegacyThis is a cross-post by Dr. Jay Gulledge, a senior advisor with the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions.

Most people at some point develop a “Plan B” – in case their first choice of college doesn’t accept them, or it rains on the day of their planned outdoor party, or the deal for the house they wanted falls apart. The same principle applies for more dire situations, such as a city having plans in hand for an orderly evacuation in case of a large-scale disaster. We hope such an event will never happen, but the mayor had better be prepared in case it does. (more…)

King and Gulledge: The Climate Change and Energy Security Nexus

Energy infrastructure_USDAgovIf you haven’t seen it already, Dr. Marcus King, Director of Research at George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs (and an Advisory Board member here at the Center), and Dr. Jay Gulledge, Director of the Environmental Sciences Division at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, have recently released an excellent new study of  academic scholarship and grey literature on the “climate change and energy security nexus.” (more…)

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