U.S. Army releases Its Climate Strategy Implementation Plan

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October 7, 2022 | Originally published by U.S. Army on October 5, 2022

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Army released its Climate Strategy Implementation Plan to respond to threats from climate that affect installation and unit sustainability, readiness, and resilience. The Implementation Plan directs how the Army will maintain its strategic advantage through deliberate efforts to reduce future climate impacts and risks.

Army senior leaders have noted that the effects of climate change and extreme weather are becoming increasingly more significant on installations, missions, and operations, which they believe makes it imperative for the Army to be resilient. Designed to complement the Army Climate Strategy, officials say the Implementation Plan is another step in the Army’s decades-long effort to combat climate change in support of the nation’s security interests.

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