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The effects of climate change endanger U.S. military operations and could increase the danger of international conflict, according to three new documents endorsed by retired top U.S. military officers and former national security officials.

“There are few easy answers, but one thing is clear: the current trajectory of climatic change presents a strategically-significant risk to U.S. national security, and inaction is not a viable option,” said a statement published on Wednesday by the Center for Climate and Security, a Washington-based think tank.

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6 thoughts on “Climate change ‘significant and direct’ threat to U.S. military: reports

  1. I simply can not understand why there is such push back in the USA to what the rest of the world takes as settled science. I can not wrap my head around the anti science feeling in the country right now. I never grew up with this feeling and I worry about the kids doing so now. Also why is it that even teenagers ( not just young people, adults do this also ) think they are more of an expert on subjects they get preached to about than the very people who have dedicated their lives to learning and researching these subjects. There seems to be a few topics that young people are taught to overlook the educational and training background of the scientist, and to then declare that their feelings on the matter are more important than the science. They are free to disregard any evidence that is contrary to their own personal feelings. I simply don’t get it. Hugs

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