California Climate Assessment Tallies Huge Costs Facing its Communities

September 5, 2018 by Abhay Sharma

(Source: Climate Liability News) When California released its Fourth Climate Change Assessment last week, it contained an alarming, comprehensive list of impacts the state will absorb, including rising temperatures, more severe drought and wildfires, declining snowpack, more heavy precipitation, rising sea levels and perhaps most alarming: up to two-thirds of Southern California beaches are at risk of complete erosion by 2100 without large-scale human intervention. The report also took the next step to project in great detail the cost of those impacts. Read full article…

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