CIA keeps global warming research classified
September 25, 2011 | 29 comments
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Those hoping to find out what the CIA has learned about climate change are going to be disappointed.
The CIA announced its intentions to research the geopolitical ramifications of climate change two years ago, but despite efforts to request details via the Freedom of Information Act the work has remained top secret. "As far as I know, they have not released any of their products or anything else,” said Jeffrey Richelson who initiated the request. “There was a statement announcing its creation and that has been pretty much it."
Two years ago, the Central Intelligence Agency announced it was creating a center to analyze the geopolitical ramifications of “phenomena such as desertification, rising sea levels, population shifts and heightened competition for natural resources. ”
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