Military largest U.S. energy consumer
Study by retired officers highlights impacts of climate change, energy choices on military; nation’s aging electric grid a big issue
Energy is a crucial issue for the U.S. military and a recent study by retired senior military officers concluded that fossil fuel dependence and a fragile national electric grid are threats to U.S. military, economic and climate security.
The study, “Powering America’s Defense: Energy and the Risks....
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Climate change adds stress
Defense largest consumer
The public role
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