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‘Climate change … requires urgent action, not tomorrow but today’

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Sea level rise caused by global warming will affect millions of people by the end of the century.

World needs action on global warming

By Summit Voice

FRISCO — For many people, the concept of global climate change remains abstract until they feel the impacts of global warming first-hand — just ask the residents of Sandy Hook, New Jersey or Boulder, Colorado.

That’s completely understandable, and ultimately, the impacts of global warming will mostly play out in the arena of day to day, month to month and year to year weather.

Some areas, like the Southwest, are already starting to see longer and more intense heatwaves and droughts, while other areas, like the coast of Alaska, see rising sees encroach on the land.

Here is how the World Meteorological Organization reacted to this week’s release of the IPCC‘s latest global climate change assessment: Continue reading

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