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The climate crisis is the defining security challenge of the 21st century, threatening the economic, social and political systems that underpin peace and stability.
Climate change is now a national security priority for the US Government, and at the centre of US foreign policy. This panel will explore the climate crisis through the lens of security: the risks, the solutions and why enhanced global cooperation on climate change is a number one security imperative.
– Douglas Sonnek, Acting Deputy Chief of Mission US Embassy in Australia
– Dr Robert Glasser, Head, Climate and Security Policy Centre, Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI)
– Cheryl Durrant, former Director of Defence Preparedness AusDoD, Climate Councillor, Climate Council and Adjunct Associate Professor, UNSW.