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It's difficult to put a price tag on global warming, but the effort can help manage risks. Federal, Climate Change, Climate Change Effects, Climate Adaptation, Effects Of Climate Change, Sustainable Development Goals, Sustainable Development, Property Damage, Global Warming
This Map Shows What Climate Change Could Mean for Your Region
It's difficult to put a price tag on global warming, but the effort can help manage risks.
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Mapping 30 Years of Pipeline Accidents
30 Years of Oil and Gas Pipeline Spills, Mapped - CityLab
Outdated FEMA Flood Maps Don't Account For Climate Change : NPR
Outdated FEMA Flood Maps Don't Account For Climate Change
Outdated FEMA Flood Maps Don't Account For Climate Change : NPR
cars and trucks are submerged in flood waters
2016 Is Already A Year Of Historic U.S. Weather Events
2016 is Already a Year of Historic US Weather Events
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Climate Change Making Poison Ivy, Oak Stronger, Scientists Say | The Weather Channel
Climate Change Making Poison Ivy, Oak Stronger, Scientists Say - weather.com
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U.S. Summers Bringing More and More Heat
Interactive map shows the rate at which summers have been warming in every region of the country since 1970.
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E.P.A. Warns of High Cost of Climate Change (Published 2015)
Effects of Climate Change Could Cost Billions, E.P.A. Report Says - The New York Times
Line graph showing the annual incidence of Lyme disease, which is calculated as the number of new reported cases in the United States per 100,000 people, from 1991 to 2012. People, Disease, Lyme Disease, Health Expert, Centers For Disease Control, Health Department, Nationwide, Data
Climate Change | US EPA
Line graph showing the annual incidence of Lyme disease, which is calculated as the number of new reported cases in the United States per 100,000 people, from 1991 to 2012.
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This rare bourbon that’s spreading across the US isn’t as tasty as it sounds
US health authorities have just confirmed a second case of Bourbon virus, a rare illness doctors believe to be spread by ticks. The virus—which was first found only a year ago in, in Kansas—is the latest among a slew of newly discovered tick-borne pathogens.
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Across U.S., Heaviest Downpours On The Rise
Very heavy downpours are happening more frequently across most of the U.S.
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How Climate Change May Alter Forests Worldwide
By the end of the century, the woodlands of the Southwest will likely be reduced to weeds and shrubs. And scientists worry that the rest of the planet may see similar effects Read more: http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/news/the-fate-of-trees-how-climate-change-may-alter-forests-worldwide-20150312#ixzz3WpHD2V6n
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Primary Protection: Enhancing Health Care Resilience for a Changing Climate
Primary Protection: Enhancing Health Care Resilience for a Changing Climate report - APHA
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Global Warming Is Probably Boosting Lake-Effect Snows
Yes, global warming is probably juicing lake-effect snows
a bar graph shows the number of species that have been observed in different areas around the world
Preventing the Sixth Mass Extinction Requires Dealing With Climate Change
Species threatened with extinction due to climate change.
Global warming threatens the survival of nearly half the bird species in the continental United States and Canada, including many of the birds we see every day. Video from the National Audubon Society Videos, Inspiration, Canada, Hummingbirds, Bird Species, Audubon Birds
Climate Change and Birds
Global warming threatens the survival of nearly half the bird species in the continental United States and Canada, including many of the birds we see every day. Video from the National Audubon Society