ASP Podcast – The changing climate and its implications for our nation security

posted by Paul Hamill on May 22, 2012 at 4:41 pm

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ASP is joined by Chatham House’s Cleo Paskal to discuss the global – and local – implications to our national security on the changing climate; from DOD infrastructure, to the rise of China, the Kiribati Islands and much more.

 
 

Featuring:

Andrew Holland, ASP’s Senior Fellow for Energy and Climate Security

and Special Guest:

Cleo Paskal

Cleo is an Associate Fellow for the Energy, Environment and Development program at London’s Chatham House.

She is the author of the book “Global Warring: How Environmental, Economic and Political Crises will Redraw the World Map“, She is a noted expert on the impacts of environmental and climate changes on global security.

Moderated by:

Paul Hamill, ASP Director of External Relations

 

Find out more about the Republic of Kiribati here.

 

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Listen to other podcasts in our series:

 

America and Central Asia

Afghanistan

One Year On

Humanitarian Intervention, Energy and Gas Prices, plus the latest on Iran

The Growing Research and Development Gap

2012: Look Ahead

The Future of Afghanistan

Central Asia: What’s Happening and How It Impacts US Foreign Policy

Energy and Nuclear Power

Afghanistan: Are We Winning

Covering Conflict as a Journalist, Libya and Afghanistan

Afghanistan, Central & South Asia – energy, mining and private sector development

Energy Choices, Climate Change and CAFE Fuel Standards

A Farewell from Dr. Jim Ludes and a Discussion on National Security

Rare Earth Metals and Development in Afghanistan

Nuclear Security and the Future of the Marine Corp

Expeditionary Economics and Libya

“Are We Winning?” 2010 Report

 

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