Climate change, Paris, the rise of ISIS, and What “Causes” Terrorism

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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Event Recap: Weather, Climate, and National Security

On Wednesday April 23rd, the American Security Project, in conjunction with The Weather Channel, hosted an event on the Hill about Weather, Climate, and National Security. The discussion on these issues was led by Mr. Bryan Norcross, Senior Hurricane Specialist for The Weather Channel, and Brigadier General Stephen A. Cheney, USMC (Ret), CEO of ASP.

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In Wielding Natural Gas Price Against Ukraine, Putin May Have Miscalculated

The landscape on which this latest energy-based geopolitical battle will be fought is changing. Shifting energy markets and a renewed commitment by Europe to wean itself off Russian gas imports mean that Putin’s calculations may prove costly.

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ASP in Tennessee: Climate Change Threatens Security

Representatives of the American Security Project visited Western and Central Tennessee for a series of meetings, public events, and briefings on how climate change is affecting security, and how businesses are planning for it.

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ASP’s Holland on KCRW’s To the Point: “Climate Change: Will we Have to Get Used to It?”

ASP's Holland discussed climate change and national security on KCRW's "To The Point" with Warren Olney. Take a listen!

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UAE Takes Lead Role in the Gulf on Climate Action

Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber of Abu Dhabi writes an important op-ed in Gulf News about the importance of finding solutions to climate change, titled “The Climate Change Challenge. The UAE should be a model for other energy producing countries in the region; it is preparing for the threats of climate change, and it is investing heavily in developing solutions.

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Space Based Solar Power – A Promising Technology

Collecting solar energy in space for military use on earth is a new technology being developed by the U.S Naval Research Laboratory (NRL). This would give the military ultimate flexibility to direct power to anywhere on the planet - a powerful new tool for the DoD.

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Scientists Release Report on the Risks of Climate Change

The report focuses on the potential impacts and risks that climate change may have on the United States and the world. The report is unique in that it was published by a well-known scientific community in the United States to address the real risks associated with climate change.

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Scientists Release Report on the Risks of Climate Change

The report focuses on the potential impacts and risks that climate change may have on the United States and the world. The report is unique in that it was published by a well-known scientific community in the United States to address the real risks associated with climate change.

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