This article draws heavily from the works of the CNA MAB, namely the twin and interrelated challenges arising from imprudent reliance on fossil fuels by developed and developing countries, as well as the serious environmental and national security"externalities" that directly result from current consumptive trends.
Mark E. Rosen,
Energy Independence and Climate Change: The Economic and National Security Consequences of Failing to Act,
U. Rich. L. Rev.
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