– “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

– “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