An article in the Post and Courier, the daily newspaper for Charleston, SC, is causing quite a stir among their online readers. According to reporter Tony Bartelme, SC’s rate of carbon dioxide emissions has increased by 45% since 1990. This puts SC’s carbon emissions growth behind only Arizona and Colorado in terms of how fast [...]
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This week, the U.S. Global Change Research Program (USGCRP) released its long-awaited report, titled Global Climate Change Impacts on the United States. You can click on the report cover image to read the NOAA press release, or access the report directly here. It contains lots of good details on what some of the impacts of climate [...]