Climate panel says coast, midwest at risk of extreme weather

Bloomberg: Average U.S. temperatures may jump as much as 4 degrees Fahrenheit (2.2 Celsius) in the coming decades, and efforts to combat the effects are insufficient, a government advisory panel on climate change said. The 60-member panel approved and released a draft report today that says many coastal areas face “potentially irreversible impacts” as warmer temperatures lead to flooding, storm surges and water shortages. “The chances of record-breaking, high-temperature extremes will continue to increase......

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