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Year

Author

Synopsis

Lost in Translation: Closing the Gap between Climate Science and National Security Policy

2010

Rogers and Gulledge, Center for New American Security

Explores the gap between the science and policy communities and offers recommendations for collaboration to ensure the United States can effectively plan for the national security implications of climate change.

The following National Intelligence Council (NIC) Conference Research Reports are intelligence community documents summarizing the security and geopolitical implications of climate change from the perspective of a specific country.

India: The Impact of Climate Change to 2030—Geopolitical Implications

2009c

NIC-CR 2009-07 May 2009

 

China: The Impact of Climate Change to 2030—Geopolitical Implications

2009a

NIC-CR 2009-09 June 2009

 

Russia: The Impact of Climate Change to 2030—Geopolitical Implications

2009f

NIC-CR 2009-16 September 2009

 

The following NIC Commissioned Research Reports are intelligence community examinations of the security and geopolitical implications of climate change from the perspective of a specific country. Analysis includes impacts on stability of the governments and the economic vulnerability of each country.

China: The Impact of Climate Change to 2030

2009b

NIC-2009-02D

 

India: The Impact of Climate Change to 2030

2009d

NIC-2009-03D

 

Russia: The Impact of Climate Change to 2030

2009g

NIC-2009-04D

 

Southeast Asia and Pacific Islands: The Impact of Climate Change to 2030

2009h

NIC-2009-06D

 

North Africa: The Impact of Climate Change to 2030

2009e

NIC-2009-07D

 



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