Leaked report reveals evidence of climate change impact 'abounds' in the US

"How much more the climate will change depends on future emissions and the sensitivity of the climate system to those emissions", the report said, according to the Times. It is "extremely likely" that more than half the rise in global temperatures since the mid-20th century was the result of human activity, it says.

Trump, who has previously labeled climate change a "hoax", announced in April that the United States would abandon the agreement, saying it's a "bad deal" for the domestic economy. There is, for example, "relatively strong evidence" that climate change - caused by humans - was to blame for a record heat wave in Australia in 2003 and another in Europe.

In another blow to Trump's conviction the weather somehow disproves climate change, the report noted scientists are increasingly able to link extreme weather events like heat waves, storms and droughts to rising temperatures.

The draft report reflects federal scientists' continued and unshaken belief human industrial activity is the primary driver of climate change, despite Trump's belief that there is cold weather at all debunks the whole thing and Pruitt's belief human Carbon dioxide emissions might not be related.

As of Tuesday afternoon, neither Trump, who is in the middle of taking 17 days away from the White House, nor any other official from the White House have commented on the climate change report. One government scientist who worked on the report told the Times that he and his colleagues are anxious that it will be suppressed.

The New York Times issued a correction to its Tuesday front page article, now admitting that the government climate report it "obtained" had actually been publicly available online for months.

The report concludes that the world has already been irreversibly damaged by climate change, and that even if humans stopped making greenhouse gas immediately the planet would still have warmed by 0.3C.

7 earthquakes hit Oklahoma City area in 3 days
Oklahoma City resident and KWTV meteorologist Cassie Heiter tweeted , "That was the biggest quake I've ever felt". Each had a magnitude of 3.0 or stronger. "There are no Arbuckle disposal wells at or very close to the location".

Sea levels are rising.

As for hurricanes, "The projected increase in the intensity of hurricanes in the North Atlantic could increase the probability of extreme coastal flooding along the U.S. Atlantic and Gulf Coasts beyond what would be projected based exclusively on [relative sea level] rise".

GARRETT: In June, President Trump pulled out of the Paris climate accord, a global agreement aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

By law, federal agencies must produce a combined Climate Science Special Report at least every five years.

Across the nation, average temperatures since the 1980s have risen faster than at any time in the past 1,700 years. In his first six months Trump picked a climate change denier to lead the Environmental Protection Agency, rolled back around two dozen environmental regulations, and announced that the us will withdraw from the Paris climate agreement.

This report's leaking comes removed from additional email leaks from within the U.S. Department of Agriculture reported by The Guardian. The President said the decision was to protect American jobs and he promised to protect the environment. The accord has been signed by more than 190 countries and ratified by 159.

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