Late January saw President Biden sign an executive order putting the climate crisis at center of U.S. national security and foreign policy. While climate change is a serious problem, not all countries will be affected by the same ecological and social effects as those who live on the planet’s surface. What areas around the globe will be most affected by extreme weather, rising seas, and higher temperatures?
FPRI Distinguished Fellow Clint Watts talks to John Conger, Senior Advisor to The Council on Strategic Risk and Senior U.S. advisor to International Military Council on Climate and Security. They answer these questions and provide a comprehensive overview of the global threat posed by climate change and its implications on national and international security.