Security report document collection includes relevant reports pertaining to international/national security issues related to Global Warming, Energy
2010/05 – US NATIONAL SECURITY STRATEGY
NATIONAL SECURITY STRATEGY – May 2010: Climate Change is addressed throughout the document, with a strong concentration on page 47.
national_security_strategy.pdf — PDF document, 1.52 MB (1594268 bytes)
2010/02 Threat Assessment of the US Intelligence Community (NIA)
Annual Threat Assessment of the US Intelligence Community for the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence
20100202_testimony.pdf — PDF document, 238 KB (244215 bytes)
2010/02 – JFCOM/JOE Report
The Joint Forces Command Joint Operations Report – Trends influencing the worlds security including: Demographics, Globalization, Economics, Energy, Food, Water, Climate Change and Natural Disasters, Pandemics, Cyber, Space
PDF document icon JOE_2010_o-JFC.pdf — PDF document, 3.08 MB (3234567 bytes)
2010/01 – Department of Defense, QDR
Department of Defense QDR (Quadrennial Defense Review Report). Report addresses security issues related to climate change pertaining to current global warming.
QDR_as_of_29JAN10_1600.pdf — PDF document, 6.74 MB (7071756 bytes)
2009/02 Threat Assessment of the Intelligence Community (NIA)
Annual Threat Assessment of the Intelligence Community for the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence
20090212_testimony.pdf — PDF document, 236 KB (241704 bytes)
2008/06 NIA Global Climate Change to 2030
House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence House Select Committee on Energy Independence and Global Warming 25 June 2008 National Intelligence Assessment on the National Security Implications of Global Climate Change to 2030
20080625_testimony.pdf — PDF document, 271 KB (278507 bytes)
2008 – US Army Strategic Studies Institute
GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE: NATIONAL SECURITY IMPLICATIONS …the idea that there is such a thing as climate change is as close to established scientific fact as one can get. At its last meeting in February 2007, the IPCC concluded that human activity has indeed increased global atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrous oxide. It further concluded that “warming of the climate system is unequivocal,” and “most of the observed increase in globally averaged temperatures since the mid-20th century is very likely due to the observed increase in anthropogenic greenhouse gas concentrations.”
pub862.pdf — PDF document, 1.57 MB (1651200 bytes)
2007/11 – The Age of Consequences (CSIS)
The Age of Consequences: The Foreign Policy and National Security Implications of Global Climate Change Date of Publication: November 5, 2007 Document: 071105_ageofconsequences.pdf
071105_ageofconsequences.pdf — PDF document, 2.12 MB (2223061 bytes)
2007/05 – German Advisory Council on Global Change
The core message of WBGU’s risk analysis is that without resolute counteraction, climate change will overstretch many societies’ adaptive capacities within the coming decades. This could result in destabilization and violence, jeopardizing national and international security to a new degree. However, climate change could also unite the international community, provided that it recognizes climate change as a threat to humankind and soon sets the course for the avoidance of dangerous anthropogenic climate change by adopting a dynamic and globally coordinated climate policy.
wbgu_jg2007_engl.pdf — PDF document, 19.17 MB (20105593 bytes)
2007 – National Security and the Threat of Climate Change
The purpose of this study is to examine the national security consequences of climate change. A dozen of the nation’s most respected retired admirals and generals have served as a Military Advisory Board to study how climate change could affect our nation’s security over the next 30 to 40 years—the time frame for developing new military capabilities.
National Security and the Threat of Climate Change.pdf — PDF document, 1.02 MB (1067128 bytes)