US National Climate Report Predicts Global Warming Will Continue to Bring Hazardous Flooding and Heatwaves

February 1, 2013 by  
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More extreme weather is predicted for the United States, according to a draft of the National Climate Report released by the Federal Advisory Committee. Heat waves, along with coastal and river flooding will continue to threaten the country’s environmental and economic systems, causing climate-related hazards. Read the rest of US National Climate Report Predicts Global Warming Will Continue to Bring Hazardous Flooding and Heatwaves Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: carbon emissions , climate change and storms , climate change sea levels , climate-related hazards , environmental destruction , environmental destruction farming , global warming , us climate change , US extreme weather , US Federal Advisory Committee , US national climate report , US sea temperature

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New Government Report Shows the Impact of Global Warming is Already Here

January 14, 2013 by  
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The impact of global warming is impossible to miss: from super storms to super droughts , there is hardly any area untouched by climate change. Globally, the average temperature has risen by 1.5 degrees – 80-percent of this rise came after 1980, and the last decade was the warmest on record . To understand the impact of this warming, the US Department of Commerce commissions a report every 4-years, though no reports were submitted during the presidency of George W. Bush. The report for this year includes 240 scientists from various areas across the US including NASA and the Climate Center at Texas Tech University. The report gives concrete evidence that global warming has already impacted the US, and it shows that the effects of climate change are only going to get worse. Read the rest of New Government Report Shows the Impact of Global Warming is Already Here Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Climate Change 2013 , climate change drought , FACDCA 2013 , Federal Advisory Committee Draft Climate Assessment Report , Federal climate change report , global warming flooding , global warming impact , Global Warming report

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New Government Report Shows the Impact of Global Warming is Already Here

New Government Report Shows the Impact of Global Warming is Already Here

January 14, 2013 by  
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The impact of global warming is impossible to miss: from super storms to super droughts , there is hardly any area untouched by climate change. Globally, the average temperature has risen by 1.5 degrees – 80-percent of this rise came after 1980, and the last decade was the warmest on record . To understand the impact of this warming, the US Department of Commerce commissions a report every 4-years, though no reports were submitted during the presidency of George W. Bush. The report for this year includes 240 scientists from various areas across the US including NASA and the Climate Center at Texas Tech University. The report gives concrete evidence that global warming has already impacted the US, and it shows that the effects of climate change are only going to get worse. Read the rest of New Government Report Shows the Impact of Global Warming is Already Here Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Climate Change 2013 , climate change drought , FACDCA 2013 , Federal Advisory Committee Draft Climate Assessment Report , Federal climate change report , global warming flooding , global warming impact , Global Warming report

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