The lack of collaboration from environmentalists and the national security community is one of the most troublesome fault lines in the climate policies of today.
Left-leaning climate activists are not tied to military strategic rightists; the former frequently consider the latter destructive anti-environmental marauders, while the latter often think that the former are unrealistic pests that put trees and dolphins first in terms of human security.
Though they are uneasy, climate change is forcing the two to work closer together.
In “All Hell Breaking Loose,” professor emeritus and successful novelist Michael T.
The most fascinating aspect of global climate change and national security, obviously, is how the global strategic map is changing.