Study of the climate of the government contradicts the president


Shah. Anyone The federal government wants to follow the mystery. Nobody, however, says no one who does not want us to know that the federal government is about panic on climate change.

They should be. The new government report -1,600 pages, two and a half years of work, hundreds of authors, and 13 participating agencies warn that at the end of the century, climate change can result in tens of thousands of deaths and hundreds of billions of dollars loss and damage. All evidence indicates greenhouse gases on human emissions such as carbon dioxide as a cause. "There is clear and solid evidence that global average temperatures are much higher and faster than modern society, and this warming trend is only explained by human activity," said David Arouckling, NOAA's Technical Assistance Division Director At the press conference with journalists. "After a century, climate change is primarily based on the release of greenhouse gases."

The new report is the two volumes of the 4th National Climate Assessment (Vol I, focusing on climate change science, released in 2017). The quadrennial US version of climate reports published by the Intergovernmental Panel of Climate Change, which provides the results of the 1990s, is the worst effect of climate change as soon as 2040,real Soon, I & # 39; NCA4 should be announced in December. About a week ago, the firms reported to their authors may soon come out. On Wednesday, the Press Release was published: They posted a report on November 23, Friday, Thanksgiving Day, the most busy trading day of the year.

This is the most Friday-news-dumpiest all possible Friday News Dumps.

In the conference report, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration spokesperson has repeatedly asked journalists to emphasize the content of the report and ask questions in the US Global Change Survey Program Executive Director Michael Cooperberg. Another invited participant explained: "There are two main international climate conference at the beginning of December," said Clinton's National Assessment Director David Redidler. "We wanted to get enough of NCA's public meetings in advance to ensure timely review of the public."

Nobody would answer why the Friday Friday NCA4 (and a big report on carbon in North America) was a better option than three days after Monday, the next week. Maybe the government just thought it would be good to offer a black Friday discount apocalypse. "This is a report that has not been altered by any political views or ideological perspectives, which is the report that the authors are one of the most conclusive and authoritative conclusions in the world, particularly on the impact of a specific country on climate change." I am very happy that Andrew Light , World Resources International vlevari who worked NCA4-'s chapter on mitigation for, tells me. "This administration's message from Friday is clear that this is not an administration that is involved in this issue and they do not have any interest in engaging and preparing other issues, and this is a tragedy."

Tragedy, according to a new report, will have a deep impact on US ecosystems and rivers. How bad it is, the effect depends on whether the emissions are continuing on the same trend as today. The NCA4 authors used the agreed future models, which were the concepts of congressional concepts, created for the intergovernmental panel of climate change, which included emissions, aerosols, land use, and other factors. The worst end to where 2100 emissions will increase, is the future named RCP8.5. (The number refers to 8.5 watts per square meter in the atmosphere in the atmosphere, which is inside the heat energy trap, today's climatic trends are highlighted in RCP8.4), but NCA's authors also looked at a scenario where people could significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions Century. This is RCP4.5.

Some of the changes are already impregnable, even if people stop all GHG on Monday. This is the kind of disaster that has spread in recent years. Hurricanes get more intense will get faster and fall over the rain. Temperature will increase; The drought will be more frequent and will increase the number and severity of wild fires, including regions in which they are not common, as well as the south-east. One of the feet above the sea level will be significantly increased at more than 10 levels (climate scientists have also said "business is usual"). The birds die, the fish die, the fresh water will be less and diseases spread by insects will spread and, as always, people disproportionately suffer, it will be poor, people's color, native people, children and elderly people.

Then the more sophisticated, the more serious consequences will be. RCP4.5 includes sea level rise at 3.3 feet high; According to the report, the 100-year flood of dozens of energy stations across the country is a matter of time now and it is a matter of fact, is not it?

These effects form each other. Power stations, especially low emission technology, such as nuclear and hydropower – require cold water to maintain functionality. Cold water is what is less than drought. So you see the problem. In the south-east of California, California has dropped two-thirds of hydroelectric power from 2011 to 2015, says NCA4. Water in the lake, in the Nevada-Arizon border, is half the water, drinking water, irrigation and hoover dam, supposedly made by the American West. This drought has also been spent on 10,000 agricultural jobs and 540,000 hectares of land – 900 million US dollars in 2015 in California Alone.

In the worst scenario, further temperature rises in most of the state's mainland, the main source of the country, the main sources of fruits, vegetables and hazelnuts that are uneven with plants.

"The continuation of the sea level continues and will continue in the future … extreme phenomena such as heavy sediments continue to grow and will grow in the future, resulting in increased risk of flooding and other dangers," said ettingling. "Many extreme weather and climatic events are likely to be more frequent and more intense in the warm world, which creates a risk of infrastructure."

This future is not foregone. The US greenhouse gas emissions have actually decreased over the last ten years, mainly because the country has more electricity for natural gas and renewal. The transport sector is the fault – your car and the online shopping truck – because of the biggest carbon explosion in the United States. States and towns are actually working to reduce greenhouse gases because they build new, integrated roads on future risks. As climate scientists talk more about losing stability, the idea is that the past performance (weather, climate, rainfall, fire, flooding, nothing) will not predict future results, the whole way people will build cities, infrastructure and agriculture. The report does not explicitly make political recommendations, but its results are clear.

Further reductions in these emissions will reduce negative results. Even the warm world prediction, by RCP4.5, reduces serious emissions, tens of thousands of deaths can be avoided due to extreme heat and bad air. It will save as much as $ 134 billion in labor costs (as people can not work out because it is actually very hot). And billions can be saved in the money spent on surviving water. Forget your worries about where you are going to buy spiky leather jackets appropriate post-apocalyptic death races; There are tens of billions of dollars in the US economy.

What should you note, why the President says that "a brutal and cold explosion can break everything that is global warming?" On Twitter. When Axios's Jim Vandeheim published President I Tommy I of this report devoted to the climate change science, President Trump released. "We have the influence, but I do not believe that there are a number of stories and other scientists who are very strongly putting these conclusions on," Trump said. Scholars oppose him with proofs and he plans to stop the Parisian Agreement to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions.

This is a long way to show why the government was trying to defeat the Black Friday report. "This seems to be a strategy designed to make limited impacts on this report," said Yelsey Program Director Anthony Leisrovsk about climate change communication. "I do not know what's going on under their leadership, but let's say it's very suspicious."

What is the President here? One of the biggest differences is that the Leiservis group believes that political affiliation is one of the main differences between people who think that people believe that the hazardous changes in the Earth's climate and people do not cause them. Democrats believe Republicans do not. People's leaders say they are saying and they are listening. "I do not like hurricane houses only Democrats, not Republicans, or drought destroys only cattle goods of Liberal Soldiers," says Lescervich. "The climate system does not care."


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