Kate Guy

Kate Guy is a DPhil/PhD Student in international relations at the University of Oxford, where she studies the intersection of climate change, national security, and global governance. In addition to her studies, she works as a research assistant to the dean of the Blavatnik School of Government, a manager of the Oxford School of Climate Change, and a senior research fellow with the Center for Climate and Security in Washington, D.C.

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The Pandemic Highlights How We Miss Security Threat of Climate Change

With climate change disasters, as with infectious diseases, rapid response time and global coordination are of the essence. At this stage in the COVID-19 situation, there are three primary lessons for a climate-changing future: the immense challenge of global coordination during a crisis, the potential for authoritarian emergency responses, and the spiraling danger of compounding shocks.

3 years ago