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Bases at risk

How will climate change impact U.S. military bases?

The Pentagon says 30 bases could be at risk as climate change continues to cause sea level rise. Other experts say it’s a much higher number. Find out the what bases are in danger, why the military is concerned as what they — or are not — doing to protect them. All the answers are in this interactive graphic by Medill National Security reporter Sarah Chacko.

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Bangladesh at center of climate change threat

Medill’s own Malathi Nayak reports from Bangladesh on the threat of climate change in a country targeted by Islamist radicalization and  already struggling with extreme poverty, overcrowding and flooding.

It’s a big story. Read it here.

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Explore the connections

Our interactive graphic lets you make the link between climate change and national security. Complex connections are made simple through this dynamic visual.

We built it, you get to explore it.

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Disease becomes national security threat

Disease spread by more heat, humidity and rainfall caused by climate change has emerged as a national security concern. Is the U.S. health system prepared to deal with it? The story, by Medill National Security reporter Jessica Q. Chen, is featured on McClatchy DC and in the Kansas City Star.

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Q and A with Global Warning reporters

Read through the key findings of our three-month investigation and check out interviews with two of our reporters, Malathi Nayak and Annie Snider.

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We’re published in McClatchy

McClatchy has published Global Warning stories. Check out this investigative story on the intelligence community by reporters Annie Snider and Charles Mead. “Why the CIA is spying on climate change.”

What do you think about the CIA Climate Change Center? How about data gaps in US intelligence? Let us know. Comments welcome on our site.

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The conversation has only just begun

Stay with us — there’s more on climate change and national security to come. Join the discussion and read our stories. Follow us on Twitter @globalwarn and “Like” Global Warning on Facebook.

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A hard look at climate change through the years

Check out this interactive timeline of climate change over the last 30 years. Global Warning reporters complied all the U.S. policies, scientific advancements, extreme weather events, international treaties, laws and decisions around climate change. It’s an innovative and extensive exploration of the history of climate change as a national security threat.

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Global Warning featured in The Washington Post

The Washington Post has published the first story in the Global Warning series:  “As Arctic melts, U.S. ill-positioned to tap resources”. Check out the story by our Arctic reporter, Jacquelyn Ryan, in today’s Post. Ryan reports from Kodiak, Ala., about the national security impact of the Arctic melt.

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Project Launch!

The full Global Warning project is up and running on our site. Check it out and respond with your comments, or send an email to our reporters

This is the culmination of three months of investigative reporting, including international travel, and hundreds on interviews with national security officials and experts.

Is the U.S. ready to confront the security impacts of climate change in the homeland and across the globe? We have the scoop. Get it here.

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