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April 08

TENNESSEE EVENT: Belmont University Discussion “Climate Change: Risks for National Security”

02:00 pm - 04:00 pm. Time zone: America/New_York

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The American Security Project invites you to join a grassroots discussion:

Climate Change: Risks for National Security

Polar Bears & Submarine

Today, the U.S. Navy is preparing for an open Arctic, the Marines are deploying in response to historic typhoons, and the Army is preparing its bases to use less energy than they produce.

Climate change is already a major consideration for US military planners. Meanwhile, American politicians continue to ignore the issue.


Join Lieutenant General John Castellaw, USMC (Ret.) and Brigadier General John Adams, US Army (Ret.) to discuss how climate change is creating new threats to America’s National Security.

Join ASP in this discussion of National Security and Climate Change.

Eventbrite - TENNESSEE EVENT: Belmont University Discussion “Climate Change: Risks for National Security"

April 8th at 2pm

Belmont University

Neely Dining Room, Massey Business Center

1900 Belmont Blvd, Nashville, TN 37212

Eventbrite - TENNESSEE EVENT: Belmont University Discussion “Climate Change: Risks for National Security"


Parking/Directions: Campus Map

Free parking is located at the Inman Center/North Garage (Building No. 6 on the Campus Map) located off of Wedgewood and 15th Avenue.

From Wedgewood Avenue turn south onto 15th Ave. (toward the Belmont Campus direction), and take the first right to enter Inman Center/North Garage.

Parking level 1 (P1) to your left as you enter the parking garage has been reserved for guest parking. That parking area is located under the McWhorter building.  Walk to the Inman elevator (not the McWhorter elevators) which was on your right as you entered the garage. Take the Inman elevator to the 2nd floor of the Gordon E. Inman Center. Exit the elevator and go left through the outside door, across the walkway between buildings, and enter the Massey Business Center. Straight ahead is the main lobby and then the entrance to Neely Dining Hall.


The American Security Project is a non-profit, non-partisan public policy and research organization dedicated to fostering knowledge and understanding of a range of national security issues, promoting debate about the appropriate use of American power, and cultivating strategic responses to 21st century challenges. For more information, visit www.americansecurityproject.org.