Climate change neglect essential component of healthy planet: the ocean
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Sept. 16, 2021
A ‘comic’ approach to information warfare
The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Agency (CISA) has created a graphic novel series to tackle mis- and dis-information by using fictional stories inspired by real-word events. Read more.
Virtual program: China’s new nuclear silo fields
Join a Sept. 21 discussion on China’s new missile silos. Bulletin associate editor Susan D’Agostino moderates a session featuring Duyeon Kim, adjunct senior fellow at the Asia-Pacific Security Program at CNAS; Matt Korda, senior research associate for the Nuclear Information Project at FAS; and Tong Zhao, senior fellow at the Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy. Register here.
VOICES OF TOMORROW
Climate conversations neglect an essential component of a healthy planet: the ocean
The ocean is our best tool for climate regulation and mitigation, but ocean news is often neglected in conversations about climate change, writes Mark Haver, inaugural chair of the Sustainable Ocean Alliance’s Youth Policy Advisory Council. Read more.
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A poem inspired by vaccine mandates
Every so often, a story published on the front page of the New York Times inspires something that approaches poetry. That happened on Sept. 13. Read more.
QUOTE OF THE DAY
“An increasing number of people around the world are suffering from ever more severe and frequent impacts of climate change, yet government action continues to lag behind what is needed.”
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