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Embarrassing: New York Times Corrects Story about Climate Change Report

11 Août 2017

It's official, last year was the warmest since record keeping began 137 years ago.

"Dana Nuccitelli, the GuardianThe report-based on contributions from over 450 scientists from almost 60 countries-is the most detailed climate assessment that has emerged from a government agency since Donald Trump became president, a fact that raised questions about how it will be received by the White House". The draft report documents recent advances in the ability of scientists to detect a climate change impact on many extreme weather events.

The changes are already real and the future risks potentially catastrophic.

"An article on Tuesday about a sweeping federal climate change report referred incorrectly to the availability of the report", the newspaper wrote in its correction.

As the draft federal climate report was being published, the Pacific Northwest was slowly emerging from a record heat wave and a brutal stretch of hot weather nicknamed "Lucifer" was taxing much of southern and eastern Europe. "These are all physically very closely linked with high temperatures".

But this is an unusual time, and what remains uncertain is whether the report now pass the test of an administration that has an unprecedented hostility to climate science and to some degree science itself. "You just can not screw up in this environment because they'll use every small mistake to come after you and suggest that you have some nefarious motive in your reporting", he said. The East will get wetter, and the Southwest drier. It also attempted to paint ecofascists as good Samaritans who had no choice but to "leak" a report to save humanity.

A statement from NOAA says: "NOAA's updated 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlook indicates that an above-normal hurricane season is most likely, with the possibility that the season could be extremely active". That would disrupt California's highly engineered plumbing system, which relies on the Sierra snowpack to store water for the dry summers.

Climate scientists that worked on the report, however, were quick to point out it's been online since January.

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The report says a sharp reduction in carbon emissions could limit the global average increase in temperatures to 3.6 degrees Fahrenheit by the end of the century.

One of the surest signals that local governments are taking climate change seriously is that they're looking for new ways to pay for it.

Arctic sea ice coverage was at or near record low, while tropical cyclones were above-average overall.

Though it may be the case that certain scientists maintain such fears, that's a pretty tough position in light of the fact that the report "was uploaded by the nonprofit Internet Archive in January" and publicized by the New York Times in August. She said that while cities in South Florida have long had to cope with flooding, climate change could cause people to leave, shrinking the city's tax base.

NPR's Christopher Joyce reports for our Newscast unit, "The report notes that these changes are consistent with projections of human-caused climate change". "Does Smith know better than the best United States scientists?"

"Evidence for a changing climate abounds", the authors state in the report's executive summary, "from the top of the atmosphere to the depths of the oceans. The huge flood along the Front Range in the Denver-Boulder area in 2013 has now been confirmed to have the rainfall increased by 30 percent due to human-induced climate change".

Energy Secretary Rick Perry testifying before the Senate Energy Committee in June said: "I did not think that Carbon dioxide was the primary knob that changes it".

Embarrassing: New York Times Corrects Story about Climate Change Report