(Click here for the National Geographic article on climate.)
Climate is certainly on the agenda for the new year. With all the wild extremes going on, it is time to pay attention to what is going on. Sustainable Duxbury will be doing several programs this year about climate change. Keep checking back on our website for information and if you want to get involved.
Last Friday the government released a report:
Warming is changing US daily life
AP Science Writer= WASHINGTON (AP) — A massive new federal scientific report says global warming is already changing America from sea to rising sea and how Americans live.
The government issued Friday a 1,146-page draft report that details in dozens of ways how climate change is already disrupting the health, homes and other facets of daily American life. It warns that those disruptions will increase in the future.
The blunt report takes a global environmental issue and explains what it means for different U.S. regions, for various sectors of the economy and for future generations.
The National Climate Assessment doesn't say what should be done about global warming. White House science adviser John Holdren writes that it will help leaders, regulators, city planners and even farmers figure out what to do to cope with coming changes.