Public News Service: Security Experts Question Wisdom of Ditching Clean Power Plan

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Truman National Security Project Defense Council Member and Operation Free veteran, Brendan McKinnon, was interviewed by Public News Service about his personal experience safeguarding an Iraqi oil platform during his service and the military’s overall perspective on climate change. AUGUSTA, Maine — As President Donald Trump rolls back programs that help slow climate change, national security… Read more »

Public News Service: National Security Experts Critical of Trump Climate-Change Policy

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Truman National Security Project Fellow and Operation Free supporter, Nancy Brune, was interviewed by Public News Service about the relationship between national security and rolling back climate change policies. CARSON CITY, Nev. – Experts on national security are speaking out against President Trump’s recent executive orders on climate change. Trump has begun the process of rescinding… Read more »

Public News Service: Rolling Back Climate-Change Initiatives – A Threat to National Security?

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Truman National Security Project Philly Chapter Director Welton Chang was interviewed by Public News Service about the national security implications of overturning Obama-era climate change policies. PHILADELPHIA – National security experts say President Trump’s actions to roll back or eliminate programs to slow global climate change will put the country in danger. According to retired… Read more »

Greentech Media: 8 innovations that will electrify 2017

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Leia Guccione, Senior Associate for Rocky Mountain Institute and Truman National Security Project Defense Council Member, was recently featured on Greentech Media outlining the top reasons DERs are changing the grid—and changing it quickly. “We have a lot to look forward to in the electricity sector this year. While many of us take a moment… Read more »

RGJ: Clean energy helps drive economic rebound in Nevada

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Nancy E. Brune, Truman National Security Project Fellow, was featured in the Reno Gazette-Journal applauding Nevada Governor Sandoval’s leadership on clean energy and addressing the need to continue said progress.  Last month, Governor Brian Sandoval delivered his final state of the state address in which he focused on the great economic and clean energy progress Nevada… Read more »

War on the Rocks: Thirteen Developments That Defined 2016

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Ali Wayne, Security Fellow with the Truman National Security Project, has ranked the 13 defining moments of 2016 in a recent article in War on the Rocks. Among them was the monumental development in climate change mitigation, the Paris Agreement. In September 2016, the two biggest contributors to global carbon emissions, United States and China,… Read more »

Las Vegas Sun: Bring solar back to Nevada and help vets, too

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Steve Seroka, Retired United States Air Force Colonel and Operation Free supporter, was featured in the Las Vegas Sun discussing the importance of clean energy jobs for veterans in Nevada. In the aftermath of the presidential election, much has been said about the need to bridge divides, build a new American economy and get the… Read more »

The Charlotte Observer: NC military bases under attack from climate change

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Rye Barcott, Truman National Security Project Defense Council member and OpFree supporter, contributed to an article about the effects of climate change on NC military bases.  The devastating flooding wreaked by Hurricane Matthew took the lives of at least 25 North Carolinians and caused an estimated $1.5 billion in damage over the past weeks. It… Read more »


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