Pa. releases climate change report 18 months late

Associated Press: Pennsylvania this week quietly released an updated report on what impact future climate change may have on the state, about 18 months after it was due. The Pennsylvania Climate Impacts Assessment Update was posted to an open database, but state officials issued no news release. The report paints a mixed picture of possible impacts, with many uncertainties for after 2050. Penn State University forestry expert Marc McDill, who worked on the report, said the evidence is "very, very strong"......

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