Some news items worth reading:
“The military has seen climate change as a problem since 2003, if not earlier,” says retired Army Gen. Gerry Galloway, now with the Center for Climate and Security… National security threats from climate change are included in eight defense and intelligence documents published before President Obama took office, according to the center… Capt. Dean VanderLey, commanding officer of Naval Facilities Engineering Command for the Mid-Atlantic region, says “The higher the sea level gets, the more we’re going to have to deal with that. I don’t think we fully understand the scope of the problem. And we definitely don’t fully understand the solution” … there’s more.
What’s happening in the Arctic is so out of the ordinary, even scientists studying Arctic climate change are shocked.
The Arctic is opening up, and so is the most direct route between the U.S. and Russia. The Pentagon has very serious security concerns.