-“Drought in the Middle East: Contrasting Fortunes in Syria and Lebanon,” CISAC, Stanford University
December 2019

– “Climate change and Security: What Do We Know?,” Mershon Center, The Ohio State University
March 2018


– Radio, “Why The Amazon Is Burning And How World Leaders Want To Stop It,” NPR On Point
August 2019

– Academic Conference Call, “International Security Under Changing Climate Conditions,” Council on Foreign Relations
April 2019

– Podcast, “U.S. Climate Report: National Security Implications,” War on the Rocks,
November 2018

– Podcast, “The Intersection of Global Fragility and Climate Risks,” Horns of a Dilemma
November 2018

-Podcast “Geopolitics of Climate Change,” Chicago Council on Global Affairs
September 2018

– Podcast “Backdraft #9: Joshua Busby on Mapping Hotspots of Climate and Security Vulnerability,” Woodrow Wilson Center
September 2017

– Podcast “Climate and Consequence: Withdrawing from the Paris Climate Agreement,” War on the Rocks
June 2017


– “In Africa’s Sahel, climate change makes hunger crisis worse,” NewsHour
April 2019

-“Weird Weather and a Warming World: The Climate Change Imperative,” Tulsa Public Radio
January 2019

– “Tackling Climate Change: A Conversation with Josh Busby,” Duck of Minerva
July 2018

Mapping Climate Security: New Dashboard Tool Visualizes Complex Vulnerability in Asia, New Security Beat
July 2018

“Trump’s NASA Leader Should Explain His ‘Evolution’ on Climate Change” Motherboard
May 2018

“Is social movement enough to ignite change in gun laws,” Fox News
April 2018

– “Climate Change and Conflict: New Research for Defense, Diplomacy, and Development,” New Security Beat
March 2018

– “Serious Changes Possible for National Security Policies on Climate Change,” Scientific American
November 2016

– “The key question on the Clinton Foundation is whether it saved lives. The answer is clearly yes,”
September 2016

– “Climate Accord Puts Texas at the Crossroads,” San Antonio Express-News
December 2015

– “The U.S. Asia-Pacific Rebalance, National Security, and Climate Change (Report Launch),” New Security Beat
December 2015

– “How Climate Change Became a National Security Problem,” Wired
October 2015

– “From Austin to Ahmedabad: Building Heat-Resilient Cities on the Frontlines of Climate Change,” Natural Resources Defense Council
October 2015

– “SXSW Eco 2015: Global Climate, Global Conflict?” Austin Chronicle
October 2015

– “Pentagon Issues Scary Climate Security Report, as Russia Lays Claim to Vast Arctic Territory,” Slate
August 2015

– “Foreign Policy: The Latest Domestic Battleground,” Susan Milligan, US News & World Report
March 2015

– “What the climate movement must learn from the fight against AIDS,” Assaad Razzouk, The Independent
March 2014

– “Climate change,” Testimony to Texas House of Representatives Committee on International Trade & Intergovernmental Affairs (video),
April 2013

– “Column: Democrats cede human rights,” Lionel Beehner, USA Today
June 2012

– “Good Reads,” Scott Baldauf, Christian Science Monitor
June 2012

– “Climate Change Interest Is Ever So Gradual,” Megan Morrison, Medill National Security Zone
June 2012

– “Climate Will Pose Next Threat to Refugees from Fighting and Food Shortages in Mali,” Lisa Friedman, Scientific American
May 2012

– “Why Voters Don’t Make Foreign Policy,” Andrew Sullivan, DailyDish
May 2012

– “Why Americans are Less Hawkish than their Leaders,” Ben Friedman, National Interest
May 2012

– “U.S. Defense Department Develops Map of Future Climate Chaos,” Scientific American/Greenwire
March 2012

– “New Research on Climate and Conflict Links Shows Challenges for the Field,” New Security Beat
January 2012

– “New Research on Climate and Conflict Links” Woodrow Wilson Center. Including Video.
December 2011

– “Pentagon planners need better climate data to assess security threats — study,” Annie Snider, Greenwire
November 2011

–  “Trends and Implications of Climate Change for National and International Security,” Defense Science Board
October 2011

– “Getting Angry and Going Right,” Erica Greider, The Economist
October 2011

– “The Big Question in Climate Vulnerability,” KNOW, University of Texas
October 2011

– “Climate Change and Fragile States: Resilient Development and the Struggle for Security,” International Institute for Sustainable Development
September 2011

– “The case for adaptation funding,” Nature Climate Change, Sonja van Renssen
March 2011

– “Mapping Climate Change and Security in North Africa,” German Marshall Fund
February 2011

– “Slideshow: Mapping Climate Change and Security in North Africa,” German Marshall Fund (video)
February 2011

– “Why the CIA is Spying on a Changing Climate,” McClatchy, Charles Mead and Annie Snider
January 2011

– “Discussion with Josh Busby on Moral Movements and Foreign Policy,” Strauss Center (video)
December 2010

– “LBJ School Takes on Climate Change,” Texas Enterprise
December 2010

– “LBJ Faculty, Students, and Staff Inform Climate Change Discussions in Advance of Cancun Negotiations,” LBJ School of Public Affairs
December 2010

– “Reports from the Field: Groundtruthing Climate Change Vulnerability and Adaptation in Africa,” CCAPS, Strauss Center
December 2010

– “Gulf oil spill: Offshore drilling firms threaten to go abroad,” Christian Science Monitor, Patrick Jonsson
November 2010

– Strauss Distinguished Scholar Releases New Book on Moral Movements and Foreign Policy,” CCAPS, Strauss Center
October 2010

– “The Page 99 Test: Joshua W. Busby’s ‘Moral Movements and Foreign Policy’,” The Page 99 Test
October 2010

“Moral Movements and Foreign Policy,” Charli Carpenter, Lawyers, Guns, and Money
September 2010

– “LBJ Professors Travel the World, Teach Summer Policy Courses,” LBJ School of Public Affairs
August 2010

– “Think tank: UN is losing climate monopoly, and that’s a good thing,” The Hill, Ben German
August 2010

– “A call for alternative international climate forums,” ClimateWire, Lisa Friedman
August 2010

– “The Technology Imperative for Energy and Climate,” Andrew Revkin, New York Times
August 2010

– “LBJ Students Map Africa’s Vulnerability to Climate Change and Study South African Governance Challenges in Cape Town,” Foreign Affairs
August 2010

– “Joshua Busby on Climate Change and African Political Stability,” New Security Beat (video)
April 2010

– “Professors respond to the State of the Union address,” University of Texas homepage
January 2010

– “Weathering change,”University of Texas homepage, Todd Gernert
January 2010

-“Austin Environmentalists Rally Copenhagen,” KUT-Austin
December 12, 2009

– “Climate change and food supply: Q&A with Josh Busby,” University of Texas Know.
December 6, 2009

– “Future scarcity seen sparking local conflicts, not full-scale wars,” E&E News, Colin Sullivan
December 2009

– “A sea change in China’s attitude toward carbon capture,” E&E News, Lisa Friedman
June 2009

– “Climate may heat crises, too, military analysts say,” Christian Science Monitor
March 2009

“Hot Planet, Hot Spots: Why U.S. intelligence takes climate change seriously.” EJ Magazine
January 2009

– “U.S. military worries about climate change.” Washington Times
November 2008

– “Adapt we must:” Joshua Busby on the Climate-Security Connection, Woodrow Wilson Center, New Security Beat.
August 2008

– “Covering Climate Change As a National Security Issue,” John Wihbey, Yale Forum on Climate Change and the Media.
July 2008

– “Academic Conference Call: Climate Change and National Security,” Council on Foreign Relations. Podcast
February 14, 2008

– “Climate Change and National Security,” Woodrow Wilson Center. Podcast.
January 14, 2008

– “Council Report Argues for New Policies to Protect National Security Interests from Consequences of Climate Change,” Council on Foreign Relations. The Chronicle.
January 2008

– “A batalha da fumaça,” Thomaz Favaro, Revista Veja
December 26, 2007

– “Could carbon credits-for-forest conservation (REDD) reduce terrorism and global warming?” Rhett Butler,
December 20, 2007

– “Engage India , China in forming climate policy: US experts” Arun Kumar, Kalinga Times
December 14, 2007

– “When climate change threatens national security” Megan Rowling, Reuters AlertNet
December 11, 2007

– “Diplomacy key to U.S. security in warming world — report” Debra Kahn, E&E News Report
December 7, 2007

– “Protecting U.S. Security Interests from Climate Change,” Council on Foreign Relations. Rush Transcript of Interview.
December 7, 2007.

– “Busby: On the Bali Climate Change Conference,” Council on Foreign Relations. Podcast.
November 30, 2007

– “Is this what the world’s coming to” Amanda Lee Haag, Nature
October 2007

– “Forum Held to Inspire Action Against AIDS,” Maya Srikrishnan, Daily Texan
April 2007