Consensus for American Security in Stars and Stripes

An op-ed on the security implications of COP21 signed by four members of American Security Project's Consensus for American Security was published by Stars and Stripes online and in their Saturday, December 19th print edition.

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Event Recap: Department of Defense Action on Climate Change

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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ASP’s Consensus Member David Titley (Ret.) Featured in Washington Examiner

ASP's Consensus Member, Dr. David W. Titley, Rear Admiral USN, recently wrote an op-ed in the Washington Examiner discussing the implications climate change has on national security.

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Christine Todd Whitman Quoted in Politico Article

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.

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The Relationship Between Climate Change and Terrorism: Reigniting the Debate

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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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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Want America to Remain Exceptional?  Try Leading on Climate Change

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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Australian Defense Force responds to Climate Change

Australians are facing a changing climate more than almost any developed country. The Australian military is working with U.S. and U.K militarizes to prepare for the security implications of these changes, especially given threats to nearby Pacific islands.

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Todd Stern Testifies on Impacts of Paris Negotiations

Todd D. Stern, the Special Envoy on Climate Change at the State Department and President Obama’s chief climate negotiator, testified on the economic and environmental impacts of the recent climate negotiations set to be finalized in Paris this December.

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Holland spoke about climate security in “Insights from a National Dialogue on Climate Change, Energy, and Security”

October 21, 2015 - Andrew Holland, the Director of Studies and Senior Fellow at the American Security Project, joined the “Insights from a National Dialogue on Climate Change, Energy, and Security” conference co- sponsored by the CAN corporation, the EU Delegation to the United States, the Henry M. Jackson Foundation, and the Energy Foundation in the Wilson Center, Washington, D.C to talk about climate security in the United States today.

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