Panel to discuss climate, energy and national security at ASU Nov. 9
Tempe, Ariz., Oct. 19, 2017 – ASU’s Global Security Initiative and the American Security Project will host a panel discussion open to the public on how energy security and climate resiliency affect national security and global security, why these issues matter to the military, and why these issues should matter to the business community and Arizona citizens.
What: Resource Resiliency for National Security in a Changing Environment
When: 1-3 p.m. Nov. 9
Where: Wrigley Hall room 481, Tempe: https://maps.asu.edu/?id=120&mrkIid=63207.
RSVP: RSVPs are encouraged due to limited space. RSVP online.
Editor’s note: Panelists will be available for interviews after the event.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:
Leslie Minton, ASU Media Relations Manager
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