ASLCG has welcomed the incorporation of climate-related security risks into the review of Australia’s security posture as a first step.DOWNLOAD
Climate Security Risk Assessment needs to be public to help ground the current national debate
on defence priorities.
ASLCG urges the government to establish a framework to understand the potential existential security risks.Download
ASLCG highlight the need for urgency of broad-based climate-security risk assessmentDownload
Australia must urgently conduct a review of its food supply chains and how they will be affected by climate changeDownload
The government needs to draw a red line on climate security, instead of specifically targeting the
Call for all Australian political parties to make climate security a key focus for the federal electionDownload
Defence Force and other services are flying blind when it comes to planning for the futureDownload
Labor adopts key climate and security recommendations from ASLCG’s policy proposalsDownload
Climate security must be a keystone of AUSMIN alliance talksDownload
ASLCG Missing in Action report launchDownload
World Climate and Security Report 2021Download
ASLCG calls for an urgent ‘Whole-of-Nation Climate and Security Risk Assessment’Download
The ASLCG Executive membership comprises senior leaders with a depth of career experience in defence, policy and risk assessment.
We will work to reframe the climate debate and make climate an immediate security priority.