White House PREPs stronger climate resilience efforts

James Murray
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White House PREPs stronger climate resilience efforts

Partnership for Resilience and Preparedness aims to make use of 'Big Data' to enhance US climate resilience

Fresh from issuing a Presidential Memorandum requiring the US government to consider climate change impacts when developing its national security policies, doctrines and plans, the White House yesterday...

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