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SPUR Evening Symposium: The humanitarian and national security effects of climate change

11:17 AM PDT on April 19, 2010

"The impacts of climate change have raised grave concerns in national security and humanitarian communities. Shifting weather patterns have disrupted food and water supplies and have taken a tremendous human toll around the world while raising diplomacy, security, and humanitarian challenges for the United States. Join our panel with retired Air Force lieutenant colonel Dr. Paul Clarke, conflict and mass-atrocities expert Michael Kleinman of Humanity United, April Rinne, Director of WaterCredit for and the San Francisco Chronicle’s David R. Baker as moderator. Reception to follow."

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