Climate Security Index

This report aims to move past the current debate about climate change and towards a real, informed discussion about its security implications—both global and domestic.
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The Global Security Defense Index on Climate Change: Preliminary Results

The Index analyzes how governments around the world and their militaries plan for and anticipate the strategic threats of climate change.
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Climate Change: Evidence & Causes

Scientific information is a vital component of the evidence required for societies to make sensible policy decisions. Climate-change science will continue to help society make informed decisions about how to reduce the magnitude of climate change and to adapt to its impacts. The Royal Society and the US National Academy of Sciences will continue tosupport the use of robust science toward these critical goals
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The Impact of Climate Change to 2030: Commissioned Research and Conference Reports

Following the publication in 2008 of the National Intelligence Assessment on the National Security Implications of Global Climate Change to 2030 the National Intelligence Council (NIC) embarked on a research effort to explore in greater detail the national security implications of climate change
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Integrated Assessment of Black Carbon and Tropospheric Ozone: Summary for Decision Makers

Evidence demonstrates that control of black carbon particles and tropospheric ozone through rapid implementation of emission reduction would have immediate and multiple benefits for human well-being
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TV series on climate change impacts

Hollywood celebrities and journalists explore the issues of climate change and cover intimate stories of human triumph and tragedy. Watch first episode online:
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