Navy aims to become climate-ready through new action plan

By Audrey Decker / May 23, 2022 at 7:40 PM
As coastal installations face rising sea levels, recurring flooding and other disastrous impacts of climate change, the Navy has outlined its course of action to build a climate-ready force by 2030. The Navy is looking at climate change as one of the “most destabilizing forces of our time,” according to Meredith Berger, the service's assistant secretary for energy, installations and environment. Climate Action 2030 , released today, is the Navy’s first holistic strategy to prevent the most catastrophic impacts of...

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