Disseminating information on climate change

Currently many state and local governments and private organizations are basing decisions — such as how and where to build bridges or implement zoning laws — on the assumption that current climate conditions will continue, an assumption that is no longer valid.

INFORMING DECISIONS IN A CHANGING CLIMATE, new from the National Research Council, recommends principles for federal agencies to follow when conveying climate change information to these decision makers, and assesses whether a larger federal initiative to disseminate such information is needed.


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