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Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Take Your Pick! News Roundup for 3rd National Climate Assessment from Climate Nexus

NYT - U.S. Climate Has Already Changed, Study Finds, Citing Heat and Floods | To 

LAT - Climate change is already affecting all of U.S., report says | To respond:

Guardian - Climate change wreaking havoc in America's backyard, scientists warn | To 

Wapo - U.S. climate report says global warming impact already severe | To

USAT - Report: Climate change is here and getting worse | To respond:

TIME - Obama Administration Releases Major Climate Change Report

WSJ - Climate Change Is Harming Economy, Report Says | To respond: $

Bloomberg - Industry Sees Costly Rules After Obama’s Climate Report

Politico - White House gives big push to sobering climate report

National Journal - Obama's Global-Warming Talk Is Beside the Point

Politico - Americans start to feel effects of climate change

LAT - Climate change could worsen ozone levels across the U.S., study says | To 

Lehigh Acres News Star - Few states as vulnerable to climate change as Florida

AP - Climate change to make Great Plains hotter, drier

The Columbian - Climate change taking a toll in Washington

AP - Climate change increasing risks in Northwest

Ann Arbor News - Risks to Michigan and Great Lakes: See what new global warming report says

Gannett - Report: Climate change effects extreme for California

Sen. Barbara Boxer, chair of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, said the National Climate Assessment, "confirms with the greatest level of detail yet that climate change in the United States is all around us and we are already feeling the impacts." - Gannett

Climate change is already registering in the form of extreme weather, sea-level rise, and the thawing of Arctic sea ice, a shift in growing seasons, and other indicators. - U.S. National Climate Assessment

Ginger Zee Speaks With President Obama on Global Warming - ABC World News Tonight 

White House Report Warns Climate Change Happening Now - CBS Evening News

Nowhere to Run? Climate Change Will Affect Every Region of U.S. - NBC Nightly News

John Holdren Interview, Report warns how climate change will directly impact lives of Americans - PBS Newshour

Climate change is here, action needed now, says new White House report - CNN

Can Obama take action on climate change? -MSNBC

Md. Shorelines Could Make State More Vulnerable To Global Warming - CBS Baltimore

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