The project on Climate and Security Action through Civil-Military Cooperation in Climate-Related Emergencies (Project CASA) studies the extent to which selected countries in NATO and globally have engaged their national militaries in responding to climate-related emergencies.
8 December 2023 - Recent advances in artificial intelligence (AI)—largely based on machine learning—offer possibilities for addressing climate-related security risks. AI can, for example, be used for developing disaster early-warning systems and enhancing long-term climate hazard modelling, reducing the risk that the impacts of climate change will lead to insecurity and conflict.
2 November 2023 - At the NATO Summit in Vilnius in July 2023, Allies welcomed the establishment of a NATO Centre of Excellence for Climate Change and Security in Montreal, Canada. Here are excerpts from several articles about NATO’s Approach to Environment, Climate Change and Security, Implementing NATO’s Climate Security Agenda and the new NATO Climate Change and Security Centre of Excellence (CASCOE).