[ONLINE] - U.S. Department of Defense Climate Risk Analysis

U.S. and multinational soldiers take a wind reading in N'Djamena, Chad, one of the most climate change vulnerable countries in the world. Army photo by Richard Bumgardner.

Climate change is reshaping global security, with profound implications for the defense of the nation, according to a new Pentagon report. The U.S. Department of Defense Climate Risk Analysis, released on October 21st, promises to change the way military organizations consider climate. 

Join us on October 29, 2021 at 1:30 p.m. for a special conversation about the new report and what it means with the Department of Defense's top policy official and Secretary of Defense’s climate change advisor.


Honorable Colin H. Kahl
Undersecretary of Defense for Policy
U.S. Department of Defense 

Joseph Bryan
Senior Advisor for Climate
U.S. Department of Defense


Honorable Sharon E. Burke
President, Ecospherics
Fellow, Future of War Project, New America