Sample Class: ‘Energy Security and Climate Change: The National Security Odd Couple’
By Buzz McClain November 18, 2020
For many, climate change is an existential threat to the world. Professors at the Schar School of Policy and Government have determined that while that no doubt is true, a more immediate concern considers climate change as a threat to national security. In this sample class, Distinguished Visiting Professor Ambassador (ret.) Richard D. Kauzlarich reveals how dangerous climate change is to the U.S., particularly when it comes to energy and natural resources.
Discover the nexus between energy and climate change with major national security and geopolitical implications during the hour-long sample class.
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