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The Three Most Chilling Conclusions From the Climate Report

A young boy rides his bicycle on a flooded street in the New Dorp Beach neighborhood of the Staten Island borough of New York
Flooding like that seen in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy in 2012 will only get more common if climate change continues, the 2018 National Climate Assessment warns.LUCAS JACKSON / REUTERS

Originally published on November 26, 2018

The Atlantic

1. Extreme hot weather is getting more common, and cold weather more rare.  2. Climate change has doubled the devastation from wildfires in the Southwest.  3. Rising sea levels will necessitate mass migrations, and coastal cities aren’t doing enough.