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The Climate Charge podcast provokes policy discussion on environmental science innovations, global sustainability, and international development in an era of unprecedented change. Jeremiah and Carly interview guests from all perspectives of policy - government, private industry, academia and more! Tune in as the Center for Development and Strategy team ponder ways to solve global issues, one policy, and one pod at a time.

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The Climate Charge podcast provokes policy discussion on environmental science innovations, global sustainability, and international development in an era of unprecedented change. Jeremiah and Carly interview guests from all perspectives of policy - government, private industry, academia and more! Tune in as the Center for Development and Strategy team ponder ways to solve global issues, one policy, and one pod at a time.

    Introducing the Climate Charge podcast (TRAILER)

    Introducing the Climate Charge podcast (TRAILER)

    What environmental security threat do you see needing the greatest awareness? Our focus with this podcast is to view sustainability, the environment, and climate in a national security lens. Sound interesting enough? Check out this trailer to get a glimpse at the types of conversations we have with members of the intelligence, academic, and business community!

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    • 55 sec
    Energy Security with Ambassador Richard Kauzlarich

    Energy Security with Ambassador Richard Kauzlarich

    On this episode of Climate Charge, Jeremiah and Carly are joined by Ambassador Richard Kauzlarich, an American diplomat, intelligence analyst, and adjunct professor in the DC metro area.
    In today’s pod we engage in an "energizing" conversation about the US energy grid, the debate behind a centralized versus decentralized energy system, trends in the Biden Administration, and securing energy infrastructure from digital attacks.
    Show Notes:
    - Books and reports mentioned in the podcast: The Prize: The Epic Quest for Oil, Money, and Power; The Quest: Energy, Security, and the Remaking of the Modern World; The New Map: Energy, Climate, and the Clash of Nations by Dan Yergin, Amazon Video - The Prize, The Oil and the Glory: The Pursuit of Empire and Fortune on the Caspian Sea by Steve Levine, Windfall by Meghan O’Sullivan, Energy's Digital Future: Harnessing Innovation for American Resilience and National Security by Amy Myers Jaffe, National Intelligence Council’s Global Trends 2040
    - Connect with Ambassador Kauzlarich on Twitter @RichKauz, and LinkedIn at Richard Kauzlarich.

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    • 42 min
    Climate Migration, Finance, and Food Security

    Climate Migration, Finance, and Food Security

    In the inaugural Climate Charge podcast, Jeremiah and Carly are joined by Bethany Tietjen, PhD candidate in Environmental Policy and Migration at The Fletcher School at Tufts University.
    Discussion in today's podcast surrounds climate migration, finance of climate change-related projects, and food security in the United States and globally. The Center for Development and Strategy co-hosts raise questions about international law on climate migration, developing nations' efforts to combat climate change, and the associated policies.
    Show notes:
    - Link to Bethany's Masters Thesis: Finance to Adapt: Making Climate Funding Work for Agriculture at the Local Level
    - Books mentioned in the podcast: Slow Violence and the Environmentalism of the Poor by Rob Nixon; The Overstory by Richard Powers; Exit West by Mohsin Hamid
    - Connect with Bethany on Twitter @Bethany_Tietjen, and LinkedIn at Bethany Tietjen.

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    • 37 min

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tommy maestra ,

Enlightening

Had very little knowledge about the connection between environment and national security coming into this pod, but I’ve learned a lot already. Thanks for putting this info into a format that’s easily accessible!

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