Caitlin Werrell is Co-CEO of the Council on Strategic Risks, Co-Founder of the Center for Climate and Security, and Senior Advisor and Manager of the International Military Council on Climate and Security. She has published extensively on the security implications of climate change, water stress and natural resource mismanagement, as well as on the potential for new technologies like additive manufacturing for addressing climate risks. Caitlin is a regular commentator on climate and international security issues, is a lead author of the “Responsibility to Prepare” framework, and has appeared before the UN Security Council. She is frequently-cited and interviewed issues in both mainstream and niche media outlets, including the New York Times, the Washington Post, USA Today, CNN, the New Republic, the National Journal, the Atlantic, the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists and Defense News, among others. Caitlin holds a master’s degree from the University of Oxford.