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On Friday, December 11, the American Security Project hosted the Department of Defense Action on Climate Change event. It featured a distinguished panel discussing the Department of Defense Climate Adaptation Roadmap and the results of ASP’s national climate security tour.
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Politico recently published an article about President Obama's role in the upcoming climate change conference held in Paris and how he will be able to juggle the dual threats of climate change and terrorism, with or without Congress's help.Read more »
E&E published an article about the relationship between climate change and terrorism. In it, E&E reporter Jean Chemnick discussed the "rekindling of an old feud" regarding the dangers of climate change, renewed partisan pushback, and policy strategies.
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While no act of terror is due to climate change, climate change has helped to create the conditions from which terrorist groups can plot and plan.
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Americans have always been a very patriotic people, and I am no exception. Having traveled to over 60 countries and done business in many, I am always excited to come back to what I consider to be the best place to live on the planet. My feelings are not unique. In a recent Pew Research Center Poll, 86% of Americans affirmed their belief that the United States either stands above all other countries in the world or is at least one of the greatest countries in the world.
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