Chris Rey, mayor of Spring Lake and a partner in the Truman National Security Project discusses the future of climate change and what we can do to prepare our local communities for ever-stronger storms. Today, a consensus of national security and military leaders recognize climate change as a threat to our national security. As the Department [...]
Fort Bragg Patch: Renewable Energy and Local Economy to Be Discussed at Fayetteville Town Hall Meeting Tuesday
Operation Free and the town hall-style meeting on Tuesday, June 18th, in Fayetteville, NC, featuring key speakers in the field of energy security are referenced. Military leaders, veterans and other leaders of the Fayetteville community will hold a town hall-style meeting on Tuesday, June 18, to discuss the threat climate change poses to our national [...]
The Truman National Security Project’s role in the military clean energy project is discussed in this article from CleanTechnica. CleanTechnica has been tracking the growing disconnect between the continued fossil fuel dependency advocated by certain members of Congress (round up the usual suspects), and the sustainable energy policies that the Department of Defense has been pursuing [...]
Retired Army Captain Brett Hunt, member of Operation Free, discusses the need to diversify the military’s energy supply and the national security implications of green energy. Click here to listen to the story.
The DoD’s development towards biofuels is recognized and supported by Operation Free on Central Science. Never has such a small government payout generated such a busy PR reaction. Late last weeek – and very quietly – the Defense Department awarded three biofuels firms $16 million to craft plans for biorefineries that would produce fuels meeting [...]