Climate and National Security: Impacts on Foreign Policy

Global Climate presents a serious national security threat that could impact Americans at home, impact US military operations, and heighten global tensions, according to a new study released by a blue-ribbon panel of retired admirals and generals from the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines. Center for American Progress President and CEO John Podesta discusses.

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