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Meg Lawler Fratanduono is a fellow at the Center for Global Security Research at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL). Her work examines geopolitics and strategic security within the context of a rapidly changing global climate. Her research interests include: energy security, climate resiliency, NATO, vulnerability assessments, competition, sub threshold competition, and strategic stability.

Meg also works on LLNL’s climate resiliency in operations as part of the Department of Energy’s Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment and Resiliency Planning process (VARP). A certified Project Management Professional (PMP), Meg also supports the weapons program in program planning, tracking, reporting, and analysis processes. Prior to joining LLNL in 2011, Meg worked for environmental firms completing feasibility studies and regulatory compliance projects for proposed PV solar, wind, and geothermal utility scale developments.

Meg earned her M.S. in Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology from North Carolina State University and her B.S. in Environmental Science at the University at Buffalo, SUNY.

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