Climate Change and Climate Politics; Strategic Insights, v. 9, issue 2 (Fall 2010) pp. 4-12
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The essay that follows is based on the introduction to the forthcoming V. titled Climate Change and National Security: A Country-Level Analysis, edited by Daniel Moran (Georgetown University Press, 2011), and is reprinted with the permission of the publisher and copyright holder (www.press.georgetown.edu). The book in turn is based on the revised and expanded proceedings of a conference held at the Naval Postgraduate School in December 2007, and sponsored by the Long-Range Analysis Unit of the National Intelligence Council, to support the preparation of the National Intelligence Assessment on Climate Change presented to the United States House of Representatives Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (Select Committee on Energy Independence and Global Warming) in June 2008.
This article appeared in Strategic Insights, v.9, issue 2 (Fall 2010) pp. 4-12
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