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February 25

SAN FRANCISCO EVENT – Climate Change: Risks for National Security


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For a description of the San Francisco Lunch, click here.

The American Security Project lunch event:

 

Climate Change: Risks for National Security

 Polar Bears & Military

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 their bases to use less energy than they produce.

 We know the effects of climate change are here: California is facing its worst drought in at least 150 years. Meanwhile, American politicians continue to ignore climate change.   Read about it here: 

California, Drought, and Climate Change

Join Brigadier General Stephen A. Cheney, 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 - SAN FRANCISCO EVENT – Climate Change: Risks for National Security

February 25th 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm

(Lunch Will Be Served from 12:00 pm)

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Marines’ Memorial Club & Hotel

Commandants Room, 10th Floor

609 Sutter St.

San Francisco, CA  94102

Please RSVP by Friday, February 21, 2014 at the following:

Eventbrite - SAN FRANCISCO EVENT – Climate Change: Risks for National Security

www.NationalSecurityandClimateChange.org

 

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