I don't believe government climate report

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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.

The U.S. president rejected the findings of the report, which was produced by over 300 prominent climate scientists and 13 federal agencies and departments. The administration also has a campaign for the production of fossil fuels like coal. Scientists, however, are quick to point out that weather is a short-term event and climate science looks at weather patterns over an extended period of time. "So I want clean air, I want clean water, very important". "What WH says is demonstrably false".

During an impromptu session with reporters as he was leaving the White House to campaign for Mississippi Sen.

Despite the Trump administration's apparent attempt to bury the National Climate Assessment by releasing it the Friday after Thanksgiving, the overwhelming sense of urgency elicited by its alarming findings has been swift. Playing games with report release schedules won't change that.

"Regional economies and industries that depend on natural resources and favorable climate conditions, such as agriculture, tourism, and fisheries, are increasingly vulnerable to impacts driven by climate change". Where the hell is GLOBAL WARMING???

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California's wildfires are the worst in the state's history. 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 disputes those notions.

Last year, President Trump announced plans to withdraw the United States from the 2015 Paris Agreement.

Speaking at the White House, Mr Trump said: "I've seen it, I've read some of it, and it's fine".

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On Fox News, the truth is not even obfuscated-it's outright ignored.

Inglis, who heads a nonprofit, RepublicEn, which aims to transform his party's stance on global warming, said it's been especially hard for Republicans to embrace a solution when Trump is constantly belittling the science behind it. The Republican, who was just elected to the U.S. Senate, has denied the ban exists. As with so many climate impacts, the report notes that those most at risk include children, the elderly and low-income communities. "And so I have yet to see a proposal that would bring this about. And innovation can be choked out through excessive government regulation".

"You're going to have to have China and Japan and all of Asia and all these other countries, you know, it [the report] addresses our country". 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. And for some of its chapters, the report considers a third, far rosier future where emissions are drastically reduced and even where greenhouse gases are pulled back out of the atmosphere. It speaks to an unwillingness to dialogue deeply about the issues, and rather allow "both sides", meaning people who either believe or blatantly disregard truth, their chance to speak "their opinions" on the scientific facts of climate change.

Incoming Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of NY used the report to continue pushing her colleagues to take a more aggressive stance on climate policy. "But we're not going to hold our breath because unlike the climate, some things never actually change". "It's not enough to think it's 'important.' We must make it urgent", she tweeted.

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