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In the NewsWashington PostNovember 3, 2017
Trump administration releases report finding ‘no convincing alternative explanation’ for climate change
The Trump administration released the government’s National Climate Assessment, calling human activity the dominant driver of global warming, a conclusion at odds with White House decisions to withdraw from a key international climate accord, champion fossil fuels and reverse Obama-era climate policies. Climate Impact Lab co-director Robert Kopp, a co-author of the report, spoke about its dire findings.
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Lab co-director Robert Kopp helped write the “Climate Science Special Report: Fourth National Climate Assessment, Volume I,” released by the United States Global Change Research Program. This comprehensive report provides the most up-to-date climate science assessment in the world. It was compiled by 51 authors, the majority of whom were drawn from federal agencies.Read