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Lieutenant General Norman Seip – Is US Congress A Global Climate Security Threat?

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Nick Breeze

Climate journalist and host of the ClimateGenn podcast.

In this ClimateGenn episode I speak with Lieutenant General Norman Seip, the President of the American Security Project, about the urgency for the US Senate to stop playing dice with the global climate and vote through policy that will steer America back on course to being a nation worthy of respect.

Ever since President George Bush Senior declared the American Way of Life is not up for negotiation, the United States has stood in the way of global efforts to limit the impacts of climate destruction.

We are now unnecessarily gambling our collective futures away because US politicians put wealth and ideology above the endless warnings of climate scientists, ecologist, among many others now screaming for change to avert disaster.

It is late in the day and we are all now at risk from business as usual policy and investment that prolongs the use of fossil fuels. Changing now could avert some suffering and, as we discuss here, the United States must grow up and face its responsibility as the world largest emitter.

In the next episode I speak with Dr. Lisa Schipper, from the Environmental Change Institute at the University of Oxford, about avoiding maladaptation when we invest in resilience building rounding the world.

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