Federal Report Concludes Climate Change Will Have Dire Consequences For U.S.

Federal Report Concludes Climate Change Will Have Dire Consequences For U.S.

Federal Report Concludes Climate Change Will Have Dire Consequences For U.S.

The report, the Fourth National Climate Assessment Volume II, supplements a study issued previous year that concluded humans are the main driver of global warming, and which warned of potentially catastrophic effects to the planet.

A U.S. government report has said climate change will affect the United States most as it will affect everything from farm to infrastructure and cost the USA economy hundreds of billions of dollars - and, in the worst-case scenario, more than 10 per cent of its GDP - by the end of the century.

The Fourth National Climate Assessment report has a dire warning for all humans within its more than 1,650 pages: People need to take immediate action on global warming to avoid "substantial damages to the US economy, environment, and human health and well-being over the coming decades". Last year he appeared to be confused over news that it could be the coldest New Year's on record, tweeting that the country could use a little bit of global warming.

The National Climate Assessment, which is mandated by law every few years and is based on more than 1,000 previous research studies, details how global warming - from the burning of coal, oil and gas - is hurting each region of the United States and how it impacts different sectors of the economy, including energy and agriculture. It details how global warming from the burning of coal, oil and gas is hurting each region of the USA and how it impacts different sectors of the economy, including energy and agriculture.

Outside scientists and officials from 13 federal agencies wrote the report, which was released on the afternoon following Thanksgiving. - Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 22, 2018 "There's real concern about how the west will be able to manage this increasing occurrence", said report co-author Kristie Ebi, a University of Washington public health professor.

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The report was created to inform policy-makers and makes no specific recommendations on how to remedy the problem. "Our climate always changes and we see those ebb and flows through time", Sen. Sea level rise will also cost an estimated $118 billion, and damages to infrastructure could total $32 billion, the report says. The authors said all these changes would greatly affect the poor, as they are the most vulnerable social class. It also suggested the world faces a risk of extreme drought, wildfires, floods and food shortages for hundreds of millions of people.

According to CNN, the report that President Trump does not believe was released on Black Friday last week when the country was paying absolutely zero attention to politics.

A dire new government report was released yesterday with some startling figures on the environmental and economic consequences of climate change.

In October, Trump said during a visit to inspect hurricane damage in the southern state of Georgia that climate change "is going to go back and forth", rather than be permanent.

Speaking to reporters at the White House, the president said that preparing for climate change will take more than the USA cutting carbon emissions.

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