Green Military, The Solutions Journal, Volume 1, Issue 3, May 2010, Pages 8 ( Abstract: In 2007, the U.S. military establishment placed itself at odds with the Bush administration by recognizing the link between rising greenhouse gas emissions and the threats posed to national security by climate change. The urgency espoused by the Military Advisory Board, a panel of retired military chiefs, has since become part of the rhetoric of Obama's team. In February this year, the Department of Defense published the latest installment in military thinking on climate change. The Quadrennial Defense Review is the military's key strategic document for the next 25 years. Some will be disappointed by the lack of prominence in the report given to mitigating the risks of climate change and fostering an alternative energy strategy, but the review continues to build on the paradigm shift underway in the military. The review's findings make grim reading: rising sea levels will potentially call for relocation of populations, as well as military installations, away from coastal areas; … Topics: Climate Change; Energy; Security