What extreme weather costs US consumers

Scripps: The environmental damage caused by climate change isn't always immediate, but scientists say it's costing the U.S. a lot of money and problems right now. New research reveals a sharp increase in global carbon-dioxide levels, passing 400 parts per million. Dr. Pieter Tans is the lead scientist with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. He says greenhouse gas emissions reached a new benchmark. "CO2 hasn't been this high in 800,000 years. This is very well known. And very likely,......

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