Associations Keep Attention on Climate Change Report
Scientific-based organizations aren't ignoring the threat
Released on Black Friday with little fanfare, the federal government’s major report on climate change threatened to get lost in the news cycle over a holiday weekend.
But associations didn’t miss the release of Volume II of the Fourth National Climate Assessment. Many have spoken up to highlight its alarming findings about the looming impact of climate change on both the planet and the world economy.
“It’s an absolute disgrace to bury the truth about climate impacts in a year that saw hundreds of Americans die during devastating climate-fueled megafires, hurricanes, floods, and algal blooms,” said National Wildlife Federation CEO Collin O’Mara, criticizing the timing of the report’s release.
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