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    The science says climate change is happening now, not just in computer models or overactive imaginations but in the real world. From rising sea levels to droughts to tornadoes and wildfires, there is a growing list of anomalous events that indicate climate change is already upon us. And the safe bet is to start acting now to mitigate the human effect on climate change at the international, national and local levels.

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    Climate change worsens drought, strains economy, budget and consumers. Climate change effects drought by melting snowmelt earlier, causing warmer temperatures which increase evaporation, and change wind and rain patterns.

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    Africa’s Great Green Wall Against Climate Change Begins - Senegal's capitol city Dakar sticks out into the Atlantic Ocean on a peninsula. It's at least a thousand miles to the Sahara desert yet the air today is so thick with sand that the tops of buildings disappear in a sandy haze. It's the worst sand storm in a year and people here are worried that climate change will cause these events to be more common. Seasons are shifting across the region.

    New Report Puts Price Tag on Climate Change in U.S. - Climate change poses “multiple and significant risks” to the U.S. economy, particularly along coastlines and to the energy and agriculture sectors, a new report released Tuesday concludes.

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