The Council on Strategic Risks (CSR) is a nonprofit, non-partisan security policy institute devoted to anticipating, analyzing and addressing core systemic risks to security in the 21st century, with special examination of the ways in which these risks intersect and exacerbate one another. To further this goal, CSR currently hosts non-partisan institutes on climate and security (The Center for Climate and Security), strategic weapons risks (The Center on Strategic Weapons), and a program that connects the two (The Bridge Project), which includes the Climate-Nuclear-Security Program. The CSR also hosts Council Members – practitioners and scholars pursuing individual research and policy programs that explore systemic risks to security, and the intersections between them. The CSR contends that though societies are facing unprecedented risks, they also possess unprecedented foresight, and this dynamic creates a “Responsibility to Prepare.”