The Center for Climate and Security (CCS) is a non-partisan institute of the CSR, and the only institution exclusively focused on the intersection of climate and security. CCS envisions a world which recognizes that climate change threats to security are significant and unprecedented, and acts to address those threats in a manner that is commensurate to their scale, consequence and probability.
The Converging Risks Lab (CRL) is a research and policy development-oriented program designed to study converging, cross-sectoral risks in a rapidly-changing world. The CRL brings together experts from within the CSR’s distinct institutes, and from multiple sectors of the security community, to ask forward-thinking questions about these converging risks, and to develop anticipatory solutions.
The Janne E. Nolan Center on Strategic Weapons (The Nolan Center) is a non-partisan institute of the CSR that seeks to analyze and address the development, diffusion and use of strategic weapons. The Nolan Center recognizes that nuclear, biological, chemical and other strategic weapons threats are rising in the international security landscape.
As IMCCS kicks off another year of climate security action, the network is excited to announce two new institutional partners: the Climate Change & (In)Security Project and the Swedish Defence University. I
The Council on Strategic Risks seeks to hire a full-time team member focused on addressing biological threats. This may be a Fellow or Senior Fellow role, depending on the expertise of the applicants.
Despite the challenges, there are numerous measures available today that could become a longer arc of arms control relations involving the United States and China.