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The Age of Consequences: The Foreign Policy and National Security Implications of Global Climate Change

For the past year a diverse group of experts, under the direction and leadership of the Center for a New American Security (CNAS) and the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), met regularly to start a new conversation to consider the potential future foreign policy and national security implications of climate change.

The mandate of the exercise was, on its face, very straightforward: employ the best available evidence and climate models, and imagine three future worlds that fall within the range of scientific plausibility.

Publication website ( PDF - csis.org )

Author(s)Kurt M. Campbell, Jay Gulledge, J.R. McNeill, John Podesta, Peter Ogden, leon Fuerth, R. James Woolsey, Alexander T.J. lennon, Julianne Smith, Richard Weitz, and Derek Mix
PublisherCenter for New American Security
Place publishedWashington, DC
Date / Journal Vol No.November 2007
Pages124
 

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