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Argonne National Laboratory Announces New Center to Address Climate Security
The following is a cross-post of the announcement made by Argonne National Laboratory on April 30, 2014.
CHICAGO – The U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory announced today that it is forming a new research center to enhance resiliency for major disruptive events, such as natural disasters and climate change, called the Center for Integrated Resiliency Analyses (CIRA). (more…)
Call for Workshop Abstracts: Climate, Security, Health and Resilience Initiative
The Center for Climate and Security: Our thoughts on climate change
The UK-based public policy news service, The Information Daily, reached out to us to see if we would like to comment on the changing climate. You can read what we had to say here, or copied below. The points made in this article echo the first blog article we wrote for the Center: An Unprecedented Risk Needs an Unprecedented Response. (more…)
Andrew Holland Discusses Climate Change on “Global Perspectives”
Andrew Holland, Senior Fellow for Energy and Climate at the American Security Project (ASP), was recently on the show “Global Perspectives” to discuss the threat of climate change. According to ASP’s website: (more…)