From the San Jose Mercury News:
“Rising ocean waters. Bigger and more frequent forest fires. More brutally hot summer days. These aren’t the usual predictions about global warming based on computer forecasts. They’re changes already happening in California, according to a detailed new report issued Thursday by the California Environmental Protection Agency.
“Climate change is ‘an immediate and growing threat’ affecting the state’s water supplies, farm industry, forests, wildlife and public health, the report says.”