Just Released: Fourth National Climate Assessment Vol II: Impacts, Risks, and Adaptation in the United States. Hashtag: #NCA4
- Is the report or portions of the report available in other languages?
- Are there relevant videos and Q&A sessions with the authors?
- Is there an audio version of the assessment?
- What are the key take-aways?
Trump’s dire climate report hands ammunition to Democrats – Politico
Federal report sounds alarm on growing impact of climate change
What is the National Climate Assessment? The National Climate Assessment (NCA), mandated under the Global Change Research Act of 1990, is a major product of the US Global Change Research Program. This quadrennial assessment is an important resource for understanding and communicating climate change science and impacts in the United States. It informs the Nation about observed changes, the current status of the climate, and anticipated trends for the future. The NCA process integrates scientific information from multiple sources and sectors to highlight key findings and significant gaps in our knowledge. NCA findings provide input to Federal science priorities and are used by policymakers, communities, and businesses as they navigate the challenges of climate and global change.
— globalchange.gov (@usgcrp) November 23, 2018
Dear literally everyone,
The two key findings from the latest National Climate Assessment are that #climatechange is already happening and it will affect every aspect of our lives, from #water to food to disasters to health to the economy. #NCA4https://t.co/tmpX92vNNy
— Peter Gleick (@PeterGleick) November 23, 2018
A new federal report warns that climate change could soon imperil the American way of life, threatening the economy and costing thousands their lives. So why was its release date was suddenly and unexpectedly changed to Black Friday? @yayitsrob reports: https://t.co/6dnMyu02ye
— The Atlantic (@TheAtlantic) November 23, 2018
The Fourth US National Climate Assessment was released on Friday. Since then, a number of politicians + pundits have made statements about it that are not accurate. As an author, I'm here to set the record straight. Here we go! (thread) https://t.co/4qV9ss3Tr3
— Katharine Hayhoe (@KHayhoe) November 27, 2018
Bernie Sanders on climate report: "The scientists have told us, despite Trump's absurd thought that this is a hoax, that the future of the planet is at stake." https://t.co/hDyhuCjoLl pic.twitter.com/aM6th9zmme
— The Hill (@thehill) November 28, 2018
Words fail me. But luckily not @KHayhoe who said in response: “Facts aren’t something we need to believe to make them true — we treat them as optional at our peril”. https://t.co/AnTnIs9SgR #climatedenial via #Trump #SarahHuckabeeSanders #Zinke #NCA4 #NCA2018 #ClimateChange
— Adam Markham (@AdamCMarkham) November 28, 2018