An Initial Look at DoD's Activities Toward Climate Change Resiliency

An Annotated Bibliography

by Susan A. Resetar, Neil Berg

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This Working Paper presents a draft annotated bibliography of select government reports issued within the last five years on how DoD is planning and preparing for the effects of a changing climate.

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