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Navy bracing for climate change


March 22, 2012  (via Center for Climate Sciences)
Written by Jeremy Rosenberg; Edited by Amber Jenkins/Sharon Ray

Climate change is here, whether we like it or not. In May 2009, the Chief of U.S. Naval Operations formed the Navy’s Task Force Climate Change (TFCC) to take a hard look at what climate change means for naval operations. Some of the fastest-changing parts of the world include the poles — the Arctic and Antarctic — which are warming at an unprecedented rate. With a near-term focus on the Arctic, the Navy has developed Arctic and climate change roadmaps to guide the way it adapts to climate change. (Read More…)


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