- The U.S. must ramp up efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions over the next three decades as climate change fuels worsening disasters and threatens water supplies and public health across the country, according to a major draft report released by the federal government on Monday.
- “The things Americans value most are at risk,” the National Climate Assessment authors wrote in the 1,695-page draft.
- The congressionally mandated report comes as leaders across the world meet this week at the U.N. Climate Change Conference in Egypt to address methods and set targets to tackle climate change.
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