Climate and Militarism Program (CAMP)

Analysis on the intersections of the climate crisis, militarism, and economic inequality within the context of U.S. foreign policy.



CIP's Climate and Militarism Program aims to shift the approach and implementation of U.S. foreign policy to a people-and-planet-centered strategy, replacing cycles of state-sanctioned exploitation, conflict, zero-sum competition, and ecological devastation with policies that promote shared prosperity, global cooperation, class solidarity, and ecological sustainability.

A key program focus is interrogating the implications of U.S. policy responses to climate-related security challenges, including the environmental impact of security assistance and its contribution to irregular migration and regional conflict.