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Geo-Strategic Implications of Dwindling Water Resources

Noticed an interesting report on the geo-strategic implications of climate change put together by The CNA Corporation, a nonprofit institution that conducts in-depth, independent research and analysis.  CNA brought together eleven retired three-star and four-star admirals and generals to provide advice, expertise and perspective on the impact of climate change.  Here is what the report […]

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Water Politics in the U.S. West – No Dry Spell Ahead

The New York Times Magazine recently published a long article on the drought in the Southwest by Jon Gertner.  His main thesis is that water shortages resulting from climate change may take a greater toll on humanity than a slow rise in the sea level.  I believe it also gives a prescient snapshot of the […]

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