Frequently Asked Questions - Climate Change
Frequently Asked Questions - Climate Change (Number of pages: 9) (Publication Size: 179KB)
|Description||The state of Washington is working hard to address the impacts of climate change on its natural resources, communities and economies. The scientific community, participating in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), has reached a strong consensus regarding the science of global climate change: The Earth’s temperature is rising, and that rise is caused by carbon dioxide emissions and other greenhouse gases from human activities. The answers to these frequently asked questions can help state officials and citizens understand why it is important to act now.|
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|Contact||Hedia Adelsman at 360-407-6222 or Hedia.Adelsman@ecy.wa.gov|
|Keywords||greenhouse gases, global warming, 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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