Andrew Holland

American Security Project

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Senior Fellow for Energy and Climate at the American Security Project, a nonpartisan national security think-tank

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Republicans and Democrats might not agree on the dangers of global warming, but the American military has called climate change an “urgent and growing threat to our national security”…

Is Climate Change a Threat to National Security? The US Military Thinks So

Republicans and Democrats might not agree on the dangers of global warming, but the American military has called climate change an “urgent and growing threat to our national security”…

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Warnings about climate change have been increasingly urgent, but there's no collective will to take action. Now the focus is shifting, from prevention to mitigation.

Climate Change: Will We Have to Get Used to It?

Warnings about climate change have been increasingly urgent, but there's no collective will to take action. Now the focus is shifting, from prevention to mitigation.

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