April 28, 2010

Broadening Horizons: Climate Change and the U.S. Armed Forces

By Christine Parthemore, Herbert Carmen and Will Rogers

Broadening Horizons is an edited volume featuring four chapters and a capstone piece that explores the dual pressures of climate change and energy on each U.S. military service and combatant command and offers a road ahead to improve the country's ability to promote national security in the face of a changing climate. Authors include CNAS Senior Military Fellow Commander Herbert E. Carmen, USN, CNAS Bacevich Fellow Christine Parthemore and CNAS Research Assistant Will Rogers.

Chapters include:

Broadening Horizons: Climate Change and the U.S. Armed Forces
By Commander Herbert Carmen, USN, Christine Parthemore
and Will Rogers

Climate Change and the Maritime Services
By Christine Parthemore

Climate Change and America's Air Forces
By Will Rogers

Climate Change and U.S. Ground Forces
By Christine Parthemore

Climate Change and the Combatant Commands
By Commander Herbert E. Carmen, USN, Christine Parthemore
and Will Rogers

Authors

  • Christine Parthemore

  • Herbert Carmen

  • Will Rogers

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