Open Hearing on National Security Implications of Climate Change

On Wednesday, June 5, 2019 at 8:30 am, the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence convened an open hearing about the national security implications of climate change. During this hearing, the Committee examined the impacts of a changing climate and associated extreme weather events on U.S. security interests and on economic, political, social, and humanitarian conditions globally.

Witnesses included:
• Peter Kiemel, Counselor, National Intelligence Council
• Jeffrey Ringhausen, Senior Analyst, Office of Naval Intelligence
• Rod Schoonover, Office of Geography and Global Affairs, State Department Bureau of Intelligence and Research

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