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The Global Security Defense Index on Climate Change

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Military Perspectives on Climate Change From Around the World

The Global Security Defense Index on Climate Change determines to what extent governments around the world consider climate change to be a national security issue, and how their militaries and national security communities have begun to plan for the effects of climate change.

The preliminary results, that were published last year, were stark: about 70% of nations in the world explicitly stated that climate change was a national security concern. Almost all nations that have official military planning have stated that their government considers missions like humanitarian assistance and disaster relief as critical responsibilities of their armed forces.

This updated Global Security Defense Index includes far greater detail for a sample of individual nations. Ultimately, this index will contain analysis of every nations’ perception and response to climate change.

Global Security Defense Index on Climate Change

 

 

Global Security Defense Index on Climate Change

Introduction

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First Set of Individual Country Reports:

Bangladesh

Brazil

Canada

China

Guyana

India

South Korea

United Kingdom

United States of America

References 

Global Security Defense Index on Climate Change – Intro 2014 by The American Security Project