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The United States is going to be facing the worst climate change for the last 50 years, a new study has found.
A report by the Climate Institute at Columbia University concluded that the United States could be facing a warming of about 2 degrees Celsius by 2100.
The new study, which was released on Thursday, also found that the temperature could rise by as much as 1 degree Celsius in the next 50 years if greenhouse gas emissions keep up at their current pace.
A new study by Columbia University found that global warming could reach 2 degrees C by 2100, with the highest risks in the South, Northeast and the Midwest.
This is the biggest climate change that we have seen since CO2 was released into the atmosphere, said Michael Mann, a Columbia University climate scientist and co-author of the study.
“I think it’s an incredibly large and potentially disastrous change,” Mann said.
“We have never seen anything like this before.”
The study found that if greenhouse gases keep up, the United State could experience the hottest years on record between 2021 and 2035, with a projected increase of 2.5 degrees Celsius.
According to the report, the biggest impact could be to the South.
It would mean the region could see up to a 5.5-degree Celsius increase by 2100 if the country does not act to curb emissions.
In addition, the study noted that warmer temperatures could mean greater rainfall for areas that are currently suffering from drought, and the melting of snow in the mountains could increase flooding.
It also said that the Southeast and Southwest regions would see the greatest increases in sea level rise.
While the study is not yet ready to draw conclusions about the overall impact of climate change, it did note that the effects of greenhouse gases on the economy are likely to be worse than expected.
It found that, by 2030, the economy would be worse off than it would have been in the year 2000.
In its conclusion, the report noted that the study was based on economic projections and not on direct climate data, so there are still unknowns in the science of climate impacts.
But it said the findings were “strong evidence that greenhouse gases have had an adverse impact on the U.S. economy,” and added that the findings “do not mean that the current emissions policies are the only way to reduce greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere.”
In the meantime, the new study suggests that the Trump administration should pursue policies that would reduce greenhouse gases.
It recommends the Environmental Protection Agency start reducing the amount of methane and other gases that are emitted from oil and gas operations.
There should also be more investments in infrastructure that is designed to protect against flooding, it said.
Mann said that if the Trump Administration continues to push for policies that are not effective at reducing greenhouse gas levels, the country is in for an “unprecedented” challenge in the coming decades.
Climate change has been a major concern for the Obama administration, which issued its first climate change regulations in 2014, and it has been an ongoing challenge for Trump.
The administration recently withdrew from the Paris Agreement on climate change.
As part of the withdrawal, the U and 195 countries that are members of the Paris Climate Accord have agreed to curb greenhouse gas emission levels, reduce the use of coal, and invest in clean energy technologies.