- Released June 30, 2011
The U.S. needs to repair the extreme imbalance in our security spending to strengthen our non-military security tools. This year's Unified Security Budget would create that balance by getting serious about waste, reviewing roles and missions, and reforming the budget process.
- Released October 25, 2010
The gap between federal spending on military as opposed to climate security has narrowed since 2008. Compared to China, though, our progress is meager.
Though its military spending is not wholly transparent, it is estimated that China spends one-sixth as much as the United States does on military security, and twice as much on climate security.
The Green Dividend
The green dividend is perhaps our last shot at transforming the U.S. economy. We have been given a second chance. If we blow it this time, there will not likely be another.