Demilitarization for Deep Decarbonization

IPB’s new paper released:

17 September 2014. The draft working paper entitled ‘Demilitarization for Deep Decarbonization: Reducing Militarism and Military Expenditures to Invest in the UN Green Climate Fund and to Create Low-Carbon Economies and Resilient Communities’ is now released, just in time for the climate change mobilizations in New York in the coming days.
“Demilitarization for Deep Decarbonization: Reducing Militarism and Military Expenditures to Invest in the UN Green Climate Fund and to Create Low-Carbon Economies and Resilient Communities”  by Tamara Lorincz, Senior Researcher September, 2014 IPB Letter to SDSN and IDDRI dated August 15, 2014  Take Action Join us for the Global Day of Action on Military Spending every April. In 2015, let’s link the Global Day of Action on Military Spending  to Earth Day, April 22. About Deep Decarbonization Pathways Project and COP21 Deep Decarbonization Pathways Project (DDPP) Green Climate Fund (GCF) Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations (IDDRI) Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) More info about the UN & DDPP Some Key Resources on Militarism, War and Climate Change – IPB Recommendations Books and Publications Conflict and Climate Change, Booklet and DVD Movement for the Abolition of War, United Kingdom Global Warming, Militarism and Nonviolence: The Art of Active Resistance  Book by Marty Branagan The Impact of Militarism on the Environment Publication by Physicians for Global Survival Canada The Green Zone: The Environmental Costs of Militarism Book by Barry Sanders. Paying for the Climate Pivot Article by Emily Schwartz Greco and John Feffer The US Military is a Major Contributor to Global Warming Article by John Lawrence Websites Costs of War Project Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) Stop the Wars, Stop the Warming Ideas for hashtags #demilitarize2decarbonize #lessmilitarylessemissions ###Don’t let the climate be another casualty of war  

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