President doubts cost of climate change

President doubts cost of climate change

President doubts cost of climate change

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The president was responding to a stunning report released by his administration Friday that said climate change will cost the USA economy hundreds of billions of dollars by the end of the century, damaging everything from human health to infrastructure and agricultural production.

Trump's disdain for the idea of climate change is also born of his broader suspicions of the United States being taken advantage of by other countries. The Democratic progressive doubled down on her call for a select committee on a Green New Deal while adding that "fossil fuel-funded officials shouldn't be writing climate change policy".

Previous research, including from US government scientists, has also concluded that climate change could have severe economic consequences, including damage to infrastructure, water supplies and agriculture.

"Future climate change is expected to further disrupt many areas of life, exacerbating existing challenges to prosperity posed by aging and deteriorating infrastructure, stressed ecosystems, and economic inequality", the report reads. It's now CLIMATE CHANGE'.

The president's reaction has made it tougher for already-reluctant Republicans to embrace a dramatic response to global warming.

According to the report, more than 90 percent of current warming is caused by humans, although Trump's unchangeable opinion can be summed by what he said in a 2015 radio interview with Hugh Hewitt. We need bold action, not denials.

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In addition, the report outlined the toll that declining air quality and disease transmission will have that is set to 'increasingly threaten the health and well-being of the American people'.

"There are no credible alternative human or natural explanations supported by the observational evidence", the report says. Unless we start making some major changes - and soon - we face the very real potential of crossing the point of no return when it comes to the planet's warming, and the consequences that result from it. The findings are a sharp rebuke to the Trump administration's insistence that environmental regulations hurt jobs and hinder economic growth.

To put it more plainly, the seasons will change and there will still be cold days during global warming. Experts widely agree that man-made climate change and hotter temperatures have severely exacerbated California's years-long drought, leaving a whopping 129 million dead trees and dry brush that serve as kindling for each new spark.

And Bunch even blamed the protests against a carbon tax in Paris on climate change.

He also seemed to push the blame to other nations, saying the United States is 'the cleanest we've ever been'.

'This report makes it clear that climate change is not some problem in the distant future.

In October, Trump said during a visit to inspect hurricane damage in the southern state of Georgia that climate change "is going to go back and forth", rather than be permanent. This latest report - you know, the one that the Trump administration sought to bury because its conclusions are at odds with the President's personal beliefs - suggests they may not be reversible at all.

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