Report: Climate change ruined summer of 2012

KST: A report released Thursday by the National Wildlife Federation points to scorching wildfires, extreme heat, fish kills and ruined crops brought on by the choke hold climate change has had on the United States this summer. "Ruined Summer: How Climate Change Scorched the Nation in 2012" details what it characterizes as dramatic and extreme weather events that have dominated the landscape - from July being the warmest month on record to the more than 113 million people in the U.S. living under "heat......

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