National Intelligence Assessment on the National Security Implications of Global Climate Change to 2030

http://media.npr.org/documents/2008/jun/warming_intelligence.pdf

Dr. Thomas Fingar, Deputy Director of National Intelligence for Analysis and Chairman of the National Intelligence Council, told a Congressional Committee, that an assessment, with input from all 16 Intellegence Agencies, showed Global Warming and Climate change as security threats that could trigger humanitarian diasters and political instability in the world.

2 responses to “National Intelligence Assessment on the National Security Implications of Global Climate Change to 2030”

  1. Danny Bloom says :

    Good post. I am monitoring this stuff too. Have you heard of my
    project about POLAR CITIES for survivors of global warming? I figure
    we might need them around 2500 or so, and I have written to Fingar
    about this. of course, no reply. But i am sure the USA govt and other
    govts are already planning their own polar cities for their own VIPs
    and powerful families, leaving the rest of us out in the cold, well,
    it won’t be cold, it will be HOT. 500 years.

    Wonder if you can take a look at my images, created by Deng Cheng Hong
    in Taiwan, and Lovelock has seen them and approves of them and told me
    IT MAY VERY WELL HAPPEN AND SOON.

    Maybe you can blog one day on polar cities? Please do. Pro or con. I
    am curious to know your POV on all this.

    As for Fingar’s testimoney, he did not mention POLAR CITIES at all,
    but you can bet the Homeland Sec dept already has plans in place for
    polar cities in Alaska — Juneau, Fairbanks, Anchroage, Nome….

    Email me offline if want to chat: this is now my life’s work. DANNY
    BLOOM, Tufts 1971

    http://pcillu101.blogspot.com
    Danny Bloom | Homepage | 06.29.08 – 2:32 am | #


    POLAR CITIES BLUEPRINTS:
    http://pcillu101.blogspot.com

  2. How to Get Six Pack Fast says :

    The style of writing is quite familiar . Did you write guest posts for other blogs?

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