CSR is seeking an independent consultant with a strong background in climate change and ecological issues, and knowledge or eagerness to learn about how these issues are affecting the risk of disease spillover.
The Center for Climate and Security is pleased to announce its 2023 class of Ecological Security Fellows. This initiative is a part of CCS’s Ecological Security Program, supported by the VK Rasmussen Foundation.
CSR is announcing a call for applications for the 2023–2024 class of our Fellowship for Ending Bioweapons.
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.
The fellowship will enable participants to collaboratively explore the nuclear threat landscape and work on tangible solutions.
Continuing a period of rapid expansion, the Council on Strategic Risks is thrilled to announce a new round of hires across its programs and additions to its Board.
The Converging Risks Lab, an institute of the Council on Strategic Risks, is pleased to announce its inaugural class of Ecological Security Fellows. This initiative is a part of the institute’s Ecological Security Program, supported by the VK Rasmussen Foundation. Fellows are mid-career experts from a variety of backgrounds and geographies, and will work together…
Over the past year, the Council on Strategic Risks (CSR) has been at the forefront of investigating the security implications of ecological degradation and exploitation. CSR’s landmark 2021 report, “The Security Threat that Binds Us,” identified multiple pathways through which ecological disruption can introduce and exacerbate internal and geopolitical conflict, instability, food and water stress,…