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Gina McCarthy
July 28, 2015

Acting on Climate Change to Protect Public Health

President Obama calls climate change one of the greatest public health challenges of our time. At the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), we're working hard to meet that challenge... 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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