Monthly Archives: May 2014

Southwest Already Experiencing Climate Change Impacts

As detailed in the recently published National Climate Assessment, the Southwest region of the U.S. is already experiencing effects from climate change. “The region has heated up markedly in recent decades, and the period since 1950 has been hotter than … Continue reading

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Retired Admirals and Generals:
Climate Change Will Catalyze Instability and Conflict

A new report from a group of 16 retired Generals and Admirals from the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps reflects concerns about the accelerating impacts of climate change on national security. “The potential security ramifications of global climate … Continue reading

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Climate Change Will Catalyze Instability and Conflict

Admiral Len Hering Will Keynote Schools Summit

Rear Admiral Len Hering (ret.), currently the Executive Director of the California Center for Sustainable Energy, will be a keynote speaker at the 2014 Green California Schools Summit. The Summit will take place November 5-6 at the Pasadena Convention Center. … Continue reading

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