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New Security Beat is the blog of the Environmental Change and Security Program, with contributions from the Maternal Health Initiative, China Environment Forum, Urban Sustinability Laboratory, and Global Sustainability and Resilience Program.

Since 2007, New Security Beat has helped illuminate the connections between the environment, population, development, and security. To promote dialogue on these issues, the blog hosts relevant news and analyses; audio and video content; helpful resources; and guest contributions from experts in both academia and the field. New Security Beat is a three-time recipient of the Population Institute’s Global Media Award for Best Online Commentary about population.

Visit the blog at NewSecurityBeat.org


EDITORIAL STAFF:

Roger-Mark De Souza // Director
Schuyler Null // Managing Editor
Meaghan Parker // Editor
Sean Peoples // Media Editor
Kate Diamond // Social Media Manager
Sandeep Bathala // Contributing Editor
Lauren Herzer // Contributing Editor
Geoff Dabelko // Senior Advisor


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Intern with us: Potential interns should be students or recent graduates with an interest in, coursework related to, and/or experience working on environmental and human security, global health, and/or development. For more information, see current announcements.

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