November 9, 2017

Panel 2A: Energy and National Security 10:10 a.m.  -  11:10 a.m. Panel 2A: Energy and National Security Liberty 4-6

Panel 2A: Energy and National Security

“Boosting domestic energy production is in America’s national security interest.” What are the national security implications of achieving “global energy dominance”?  Having a reliable and inexpensive supply of energy is an important key to U.S. military power.

Moderator: Aaron Stover, The Heartland Institute

Hal Doiron, Ph.D., NASA engineer (ret.)
Presentation – Climate Alarmists Are a Threat to Our National Security
(PDF | PowerPoint)

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Richard W. Westerdale II, P.E., U.S. State Department
Presentation – Global Energy Markets and National Security: U.S. Foreign Policy Perspectives
(PDF [none]| PowerPoint [none])

Admiral Thomas B. Hayward (ret.), former Chief of Naval Operations
Presentation – Combat Readiness First, Climate Change … Eventually
(PDF | PowerPoint)