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Mike Kolian
June 12, 2015

The Importance of Snowpack

In the United States, changes in snowpack currently represent one of the best documented hydrological signs of climate change. Snowpack is a key indicator and plays a vitally important role both in the environment and to society. More >

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WHY #2degrees? 
New EPA report shows how Americans will benefit from global action on climate change by the end of the century: Increases in severe drought can be reduced by half in the U.S. $10 billion in agricultural losses can be avoided annually. $7 billion in damages to roads and bridges and $3 billion dollars in damages to coastal property can be avoided annually.

WHY #2degrees?
New EPA report shows how Americans will benefit from global action on climate change by the end of the century:

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