November 5, 1999
Union Of Concerned Scientists
A new two-year study by California's leading ecological scientists concludes that climate change poses a range of serious challenges for the state's environment and economy. Drawing on the scientific consensus that predicts California's future climate will be warmer and wetter in winters and hotter in summers, the report finds that there will be less water to go around in an already thirsty state.
Water Problems, Wildfires to Increase; Impacts on Habitats, Quality of Life
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