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An Ounce of Prevention:

Preparing for the Impact of a Changing Climate on US Humanitarian and Disaster Response

This report examines the likely impacts of a changing climate on the US government’s civilian and military humanitarian response systems. We analyze both humanitarian and security implications of climate change as well as how the US government responds to overseas climate-related emergencies. We want to understand the changes that can be made now to better prepare these systems for the long-term effects of climate change.

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