Delayed EPA Report Paints Dire Picture of Human-Caused Climate Crisis

HeadlineMay 13, 2021

A new report from the Environmental Protection Agency shows the U.S. is facing unprecedented challenges from the climate catastrophe, including bigger and longer wildfire seasons, more frequent heat waves, and warmer waters with increasing flooding. The report was delayed for three years under the Trump administration, which dismissed the climate disaster and human-led global heating. EPA head Michael Regan said that “there is no small town, big city or rural community that’s unaffected by the climate crisis.”

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