1) Provide elected officials and the public with information on how national security is threatened by climate change both domestically and globally and the action needed to address this issue in government planning and policy making.
2) Provide information on climate change and how it impacts and threatens: Agriculture, Coastal Areas, Energy Sources, Environment, Health and Infectious Diseases, Transportation, Refugee Flow, Fishery, Forests, Water Resources, Tourism, Recreation, and Commerce.
3) Provide information on the capability of the US Government to gather Earth and climate data from space, air, ocean, and land-based instruments and associated climate programs. Examine and report on the results and consequences of funding for these instruments and programs through the budget process; provide support to protect these funds from budget cuts.
We derive our information from highly regarded and mainstream scientific, non-government, and government publications. Our own documents are judiciously referenced to these sources.
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Earth Science Missions - What they measure and how they apply to the real world (pdf)Download
Earth Science Missions Summary Chart (pdf)Download
Letter to Member of Congress Ref Earth Science Missions (pdf)Download
Budget Cuts for NOAA and NASA - Update Oct. 2017 (pdf)Download
Effects of Climate Change on South Asia - A Threat to National and Global Security Summary (pdf)Download
Climate Change & Global Security in South Asia - Process Flow Chart (pdf)Download
South Asia Map (pdf)Download
Effects of Climate Change on South Asia - A Threat to National and Global Security - Updated Aug 2017 (pdf)Download
2018 Budget-NASA & NOAA Climate Related Programs (pdf)Download