Environmental Extremism and CBRN Weapons Webinar, May 23

Tuesday, May 23, 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. EDT


During this webinar we will assess the threat of a chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear (CBRN) attack from fringe elements within the radical environmental movement. The movement as a whole generally rejects violence, but some outliers appear significantly motivated. Moreover, while capabilities are mostly low, exceptions are plausible, even likely.


Featured Speakers:

  • Philipp C. Bleek | Assistant Professor in the Graduate School of International Policy and Management and Fellow at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, both at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey. His research and teaching focuses on the causes, consequences, and amelioration of nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons proliferation to states and non-state actors.
  • Zachary Kallenborn | Senior Associate Analyst at ANSER, a not-for-profit government consultancy. At ANSER, he conducts futures analysis, organizational strategy assessments, and systems thinking analysis for offices within the Departments of State, Commerce, and Homeland Security.


Meeting room will be open at 1:30 pm in order to conduct sound checks and assist with any connectivity problems.



  • When you sign in, please indicate your name/agency (i.e. John Doe, Agency/Company X).
  • You may be asked to install some plugins to allow the audio and visual part of the presentation to work properly on your system. If so, please accept them and afterwards you should be brought directly to the virtual presentation.
  • Please feel free to e-mail analysis@njohsp.govor call 609-588-2144 for assistance.

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