I don't believe government climate report

I don't believe government climate report

I don't believe government climate report

"I don't believe it", he said when asked about the conclusions of the 1,600-page National Climate Assessment that details the climate and economic impacts USA residents will see if drastic action is not taken to address climate change.

"No, no, I don't believe it", he repeated. Instead, the Trump administration dropped the report on the afternoon of Black Friday, a period when politicians infamously dump news that they don't want to garner attention.

Governor-elect Ron DeSantis, also a Republican, has said he does not view climate change as a problem for the state to take on, except in terms of trying to cope with the damage being done by rising seas. During congressional orientation week, Ocasio-Cortez joined protesters from two progressive groups advocating for the Green New Deal and demanding bolder and more aggressive action on climate change from Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi.

The report also said projections of damage could change if greenhouse gas emissions were curbed, although numerous impacts of climate change, like powerful storms, droughts and flooding, have already begun.

"Any change in the climate poses a major challenge to agriculture through increased rates of crop failure, reduced livestock productivity and altered rates of pressure from pests, weeds and diseases", according to the report's chapter on agriculture.

"The president of the United States seems to be honestly believing that global warming means it never gets cold anywhere", Cooper said.

The report, which was compiled by more than 13 federal agencies and over 300 climate scientists, suggests that not only is the earth's climate rapidly changing, but also that humans are playing an active role in that change.

The report, which is mandated by law every few years, is based on more than 1,000 previous research studies. Where the hell is GLOBAL WARMING???

California is reeling from catastrophic wildfires...

"There's a lot of bad weather we've seen in the past, but I don't think there's any question climate change has affected things", Roberts said.

"What the USA needs to do is participate in a long-term conversation about how you get to innovation, and it's going to need to be a conversation again that doesn't start with alarmism", Sasse said.

But Gov. Rick Scott has questioned whether climate change exists and, according to some former state employees, banned use of the term.

Under President Trump, the United States pulled out of the Paris-Climate agreement, which put America on track to reducing greenhouse gasses by 26% while handing over billions of dollars to the United Nations. Ben Sasse told "Fox News Sunday" the US needs to "innovate our way into the future". We need some fast! Trump has repeatedly dismissed the unanimous conclusion of the country's intelligence community that Russian Federation interfered in the 2016 presidential election to help him and hurt Hillary Clinton.

"People are going to die if we don't start addressing climate change ASAP".

Ten days before the report was released, Trump tweeted another denial of climate change because of record-breaking weather extremes - a phenomena scientists say backs their evidence of climate change.

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