The State, The Military and The Global Climate Crisis: The U.S. Military Has Taken the Lead on Climate Change, But What Happens Next? | EV & N – 286 | CCTV

http://ecoethics.net/2014-ENVRE120/20180923-EV&N-286-Link.html

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The U.S. military has understood the science and social implications of climate change more thoroughly than the the Commander-in-Chief or the U.S. Congress — both of whom it has to answer to, on the one hand for its orders, and on the other for its budget.

This creates an uneasy tension of differing perspectives within the structure of the U.S. government about what needs to be done to respond to climate change.

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