In This Issue:

- Energy and Climate Debate

- Congress

- Administration

- Department of Agriculture

- Department of Energy

- Department of Interior

- Department of Treasury

- Environmental Protection Agency

- Government Accountability Office

- International

- States

- Sustainability

- Miscellaneous

- Excerpt from Energy and Climate Debate:

The federal government released May 6 the Third National Climate Assessment, a comprehensive examination of peer-reviewed science on climate change impacts in the United States. The assessment echoes the findings of the most recent reports from the United Nations International Panel on Climate Change, stating with high certainty that emissions from human activities are causing global climate change, and concludes that climate change is negatively impacting Americans already. Thirteen federal agencies overseeing the completion of the assessment under the Global Change Research Program examined climate change over a long-term timescale, observing past trends, identifying current changes, and projecting future scenarios. More than 240 scientists from across public, private, nonprofit, and academic sectors volunteered their time on the Global Change Research Act of 1990-mandate report.

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