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Future of Florida is now. Aftermath of Tropical Storm Nicole and the damage to the world's most famous beach. Daytona Beach 2022.

Scientists have made a startling discovery in today's climate change news - a dramatic and abnormal rise in sea levels along the U.S. Gulf and Southeast coasts. This is a concerning development that highlights the pressing need to address the impact of climate change on our planet's delicate ecosystems.

The Biden administration is taking action to curb air pollution from chemical and plastics plants in response to the growing concern around environmental issues. The EPA has introduced new regulations aimed at reducing harmful emissions from these industries, which will positively impact public health and the environment.

March 2023 was the second hottest March ever recorded, underscoring the severity of the situation we face with global warming. As temperatures have continued to rise, we already see the impact on our ecosystems, and it is clear that urgent action is needed to address this pressing issue.

Finally, an unexpected impact of climate change has been discovered in Major League Baseball. Research shows that the warming climate is boosting home runs. While this may seem like a minor issue, it is a fascinating insight into how climate change affects our world and serves as a reminder of the far-reaching consequences of our actions on the environment.

Green News Report for April 11th, 2023


The Colorado River Compact of 1922 was a landmark agreement that shaped the growth and development of the American Southwest. However, the compact's calculations of available water were based on overly optimistic estimates, and the region has been facing a water crisis of unprecedented scale in recent years.

In response to this water resource crisis, the White House has released a fact sheet outlining its plans to address the challenges facing the Colorado River basin. The fact sheet details a comprehensive approach to water management, including investments in infrastructure, conservation efforts, and collaborative partnerships between the federal government and local stakeholders.

We highly recommend reading the fact sheet to gain a deeper understanding of the current state of the Colorado River basin and the actions being taken to ensure its sustainability for future generations. Follow the link below to access the full text of the White House fact sheet.

FACT SHEET: Biden-⁠Harris Administration Announces New Investments to Protect the Colorado River System

President Biden’s Investing in America Agenda is Enhancing Drought Resilience and Strengthening Water Security in the West

The Biden-Harris Administration is leading a whole-of-government effort to make Western communities more resilient to climate change and the ongoing megadrought by harnessing the full resources of the President’s historic Investing in America agenda. The Inflation Reduction Act and Bipartisan Infrastructure Law together include $15.4 billion to enhance the West’s resilience to drought, the largest investment in climate resilience in our nation’s history.

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