Climate Change Worries Military Advisers Global warming could increase the strain on water and other natural resources and fuel terrorism, according to a new report by retired generals and admirals. The study looks at climate change's potential impact on the military and national security.
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Climate Change Worries Military Advisers

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Climate Change Worries Military Advisers

Climate Change Worries Military Advisers

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Retired Gen. Anthony Zinni was among 11 former generals and admirals on the military advisory board that examined the potential threats of climate change to national security. David McNew/Getty Images hide caption

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