Shyu launches DSB study to investigate 'new dimensions' of conflict driven by climate change

By Audrey Decker / January 30, 2023 at 12:08 PM
As the Pentagon expects climate change to "further intensify tensions" between countries, the Defense Science Board will begin a study this summer to investigate climate's impact on national security and assess the new systems and technology needed for the U.S. military's near- and far-term needs. Set to begin next month, the “Summer Study on Climate Change and Global Security” will recommend a strategy to anticipate “global stresses and possible conflict” caused by climate change and provide investment priorities for future...

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