Native American Public Telecommunications



U.S. Climate Change Assessment (1/4/2001)

Date of this Version

January 2001


America's climate is changing rapidly and scientists are studying the potential consequences across the country. Native peoples have seen increasing drought, melting of the Arctic ice pack, water shortages, and outbreaks of Hantavirus due to unusual weather patterns. The U.S. government's report on national climate change looks at what we can expect. Guests include Dr. Tony Socci, a climatologist with the Environmental Protection Agency.

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