Due to climate change, many states around the world have begun to observe the complexity of climate-related threats towards their National Security. Climate-related events have begun to trigger and intensify stressors all over the world, and as climate-change intensifies these stressors, many states will experience poverty, food insecurity, health risks, and much more. Climate change acts similarly to a domino effect, as one regional change can impact a multitude of National Security concerns. Over the past decade many National Security specialists have acknowledged climate change as a major threat to the United States. As a major threat, the United States will find itself continuously providing support for domestic and international populations, while also engaging in climate-related conflicts. The United States has most recently experienced major storms, intense heat, and an increase in foreign humanitarian aid. It is imperative the United States increases research and development of strategies that acknowledge climate change as a long-term security threat. It is also something that the United States can look at the potential benefits and opportunities represented in this global change to try to appropriately respond with solutions that have long-term significance and aid to National and Global Security.