Center for Strategic Communication

This week we discuss the security impacts of the changing climate, from Pakistan, to Africa, to the Pacific – and how all this could have major effects on U.S. national security.

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Andrew Holland, ASP Senior Fellow for Climate and Energy Security

and Special Guest: Lisa Friedman

Lisa is deputy editor of Climatewire, Washington’s leading source of news on climate change and energy policy.

She covers international policy, including the global climate change negotiations and the intersection between climate, international security and development.

Moderated by:

Paul Hamill, ASP Director of External Relations


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