Issue Up Close: Facing the challenge of Climate Change
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|Description||Washington's climate is changing. We're already seeing the effects:
*Average temperatures have increased,
*Glaciers are melting away, and
*Snow pack in the mountains has decreased.
This brochure describes the challenges of climate change and what Washington is doing about it.
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|Contact||Hedia Adelsman at 360-407-6222 or Hedia.Adelsman@ecy.wa.gov|
|Keywords||snow pack, climate change|
|WEB PAGE||Climate Change|
Chapter 1 - Leading the Way on Climate Change: Introduction and Recommendations (INTERIM REPORT)
Chapter 2 - Leading the Way on Climate Change: A Comprehensive Approach to Reducing Greenhouse Gases in Washington State(INTERIM REPORT)
Chapter 3 - Leading the Way on Climate Change: Recommendations of the Preparation and Adaptation Working Groups (INTERIM REPORT)
Chapter 4 - Leading the Way on Climate Change: Regional, State and Local Actions (INTERIM REPORT)
Chapter 5 - Leading the Way on Climate Change: Addenda (INTERIM REPORT)
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