September 22, 2023 – Climate change is a tipping point that is poised to reshape more than just the world’s physical landscapes. How should the U.S. respond to the looming threat posed by climate change to secure our future? This expert panel explores the impacts of a changing climate on global security – from hot spots and current crises to long-term risks.
This conversation was part of the World Affairs Council of Connecticut’s Global Security Forum 2023: Tipping Points & Trip Wires. Learn more at https://www.gsf2023.com/
-Hon. Sherri Goodman: Secretary General, International Military Council on Climate and Security; Former first Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for Environmental Security
-Amb. Susan D. Page (ret.): Former U.S. Ambassador to South Sudan; Professor of the Practice, University of Michigan School of Public Policy & Univ. of Michigan School of Law
-Sef Ashiagbor: Deputy Director for Peace, Climate, and Democratic Resilience at the National Democratic Institute
-Moderated by Lt. Col. Luke Knittig (U.S. Army, Ret.): Public Affairs & International Security Consultant
The Global Security Forum (GSF) convenes the world’s top leadership and experts to discuss security and strategy in a landscape categorized by Tipping Points & Tripwires. GSF is an opportunity to engage the nation on global issues that impact us all.
At the forum, policymakers meet with students, community leaders pose questions to generals, and business leaders can sit down with the world’s top experts for cutting-edge conversation.
The security of the world demands the highest quality of leadership, the best ideas, and the engagement of informed and active global citizens. Hosted in Connecticut, a leader of the global defense industry.
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