Climate impacts felt “across all continents”

Seattle Post-Intelligencer: A coal-fired power plants: Coal burning is a major cause of climate change. Use of coal in the United States is down, but China has overtaken the U.S. in greenhouse gas emissions. Climate change is being felt from the lowlands of Bangladesh to villages in the Arctic, with impacts ranging from droughts to the spread of disease to the melting of glaciers, according to a United Nations-sponsored report due for release on Monday. It is the latest work of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change,......

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