Californians received bleak news last month when the state released its fourth assessment of climate change in California. The report predicts severe wildfires, more frequent and longer droughts, rising sea levels, increased flooding, coastal erosion and extreme heat. “It's great to be living in a state where science and facts around climate change are valued,” said UC Cooperative Extension specialist Adina Merenlender, “but the recent forecasts may make you want to devour a......
Wednesday, 12 September 2018 21:33
UC Cooperative Extension works in local communities to help Californians adapt to climate changeWritten by UC blogs Feed
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