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"Our families and communities are being harmed today" she continued. "Today's report explains the science behind what farmers, flood insurers, and people who vacation in the Boundary Waters have seen firsthand: climate change is not a far-off threat, but visible in our backyards in droughts, floods, extreme rainfall, and changing habitats."
The report outlines the need to make cuts in carbon pollution a
The report, which was commissioned by
"This report is one of the most useful tools climate researchers produce for decision makers," said Hamilton. "There's so much science that's relevant for people right now, whether it's public health officials dealing with heat waves, or farmers and forestry managers dealing with very rapid changes in growing conditions."
"Many Minnesotans prize our lakes, and lake recreation is critical to our economy. Scientists project that unchecked global warming will harm water quality in
"Early in June, the
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