Media Advisory Event on May 4, 2021 at 11 am about
Climate Trends, Expected Impacts & What Can Be Done?
along with introducing this conference: Impacts of Climate Change on Human Security: What Can Be Done?

To register for this event, visit: Register for the Media Advisory Event

A media advisory event will be hosted on May 4th at 11 am and be about the current climate warming trend, its expected impact on human security and what should be done to mobilize for this climate emergency. In addition, it will introduce our related conference, which is planned to be held on May 18th and 19th. This conference is entitled “Impacts of Climate Change on Human Security: What Can Be Done?” and can viewed at :

This pre-conference media advisory event, hosted by the Climate Solutions Advancement Network (ClimateSAN) in conjunction with the NATO Association of Canada (NAOC), will include:

  1. Moderator – Dr. Sweta Chakraborty, US Representative, We Don’t Have Time.
  2. Short animated video about the current climate warming trend that the world is on and what the world will be like if this trend continues.
  3.  “How security experts can help ‘bridge the gap between believers and doubters’ ” by Prof. Michael Klare, Secretary for the Board of Directors for the Arms Control Association and Director of the Five College Program in Peace and World Security Studies (PAWSS).
  4. Develop strategies with civil society (NGOs) to enable everyone to benefit from large-scale climate action” by Paul Stevers, Co-founder, Climate Solutions Advancement Network (ClimateSAN).
  5. Highlights of the conference about climate, security, solutions and finance on May 18th and 19th” by Dr. Leif Rosenberger, Adjunct Scholar, Modern War Institute at West Point and Director of Education, Economics and Security Strategy at Climate Solutions Advancement Network (ClimateSAN).
  6. Welcomes everyone to the upcoming conference and also highlights the importance of increasing security though international cooperation by Robert Baines, President and Chief Executive Officer, NATO Association of Canada.
This conference is a follow-up to our successful media advisory event of the same name that we hosted with the NATO Association of Canada last October.  At this event, both Hon. Sherri Goodman and Hon. John Conger from the International Military Council on Climate and Security (IMCCS) spoke and provided some excellent insights for the media about security issues relating to climate change.  
Our upcoming conference will be hosted on May 18th and 19th.  To view the website for this conference, visit:
Along with having senior military and intelligence experts speak about the impacts of climate change on human security at this conference, we plan to highlight technologies that can be implemented on a global scale and outline a new large-scale climate finance initiative.   We feel that by involving top military and intelligence experts who speak about the impacts of climate change on human security, we can engage a wide range of people, especially conservative voters and leaders, about the need for large-scale action on climate change.
We are encouraged that several prominent leaders in their respective fields have already accepted our invitation to speak at our conference.  This includes James Grabert, Director, Sustainable Development Mechanisms, United Nations Climate Change Secretariat, General (Ret) Tom Middendorp, Chair, International Military Council on Climate and Security (IMCCS), Colonel Mark Read, Head of Dept of Geography and Environmental Engineering, US Military Academy at West Point, Hon. John Conger, Director, Center for Climate and Security, Daryl Wilson, Executive Director of the Hydrogen Council, and Steve Waygood, Chief Responsible Investment Officer at Aviva Investors.
As a result of the Biden Administration making climate-related security matters a major issue, it seems that the media has become very interested in this topic.  For example, doing a search in google news about climate and security lists a steady stream of new articles including one in the Washington Post entitled “UK’s leader warns climate change threatens world security”.  Therefore, we expect considerable media interest in our conference.
To view a short (6-min) video introduction to this conference, see this video about “Climate Impacts on Human Security, Climate Solutions and a Platform for Financing These Solutions on a Global Scale”:
A. The above six-minute video is a quick introduction to the following topics:
Given below are two additional short videos that highlight the urgent need for action on climate change: