Climate change predictions are coming true. That’s the finding in an updated report from the Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy or “A-CAP.” The recently released draft report includes input from a variety of stakeholders. It’s one of eight being produced regionally across the country for a National Climate Assessment, as required every five years by federal law. A-CAP Director Sarah Trainor says the updated Alaska report shows predicted changes coming to fruition across the state.
A-CAP is taking comments of the Alaska chapter for the 2013 National Climate Assessment. The national report also evaluates effectiveness of climate change mitigation adaptation strategies.
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