Strengthening Our Resilience to Environmental Change Is a National Security Imperative

September 2020
Topics: Environment, Homeland Security, Critical Infrastructure Protection, Emergency Preparedness and Response, Strategic Planning, Policy
Catherine J. Pennington, The MITRE Corporation
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Recovery from the destruction brought by coastal flooding, extreme weather, wildfires, and droughts costs the United States billions of dollars per year, and is putting at risk the systems, infrastructure, and institutions that comprise our national security.

Regardless of the causes of environmental change, creating resilience to meet these impending challenges is a national security imperative that requires a comprehensive strategy, open data sharing in partnership with industry, and a common resilience framework across regions and localities.

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