Domestic Climate Security: Preparing for the New Normal

Emma Howard Boyd, Chair of The UK Environment Agency, discusses resilience, green infrastructure and protecting climate security.

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This episode marks the first of several exploring aspects of climate security. While climate change is a threat multiplier in terms of global security, it represents a risk multiplier from a domestic perspective. But what kind of government response should we expect to the new normal? Learn how the UK Environment Agency is leveraging resilience, green infrastructure and international partnerships to provide long-term climate security.


Recording date: 21 Feb 2019


Emma Howard Boyd

Emma Howard Boyd is Chair of the UK Environment Agency, an Ex officio board member of the UK Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs and the UK Commissioner to the Global Commission on Adaptation. Emma serves on a number of boards and advisory committees including ShareAction, The Prince’s Accounting for Sustainability Project and the Green Finance Institute.


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