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Climate Change and the Mid-Atlantic Region

There is mounting evidence that human activities -- particularly the burning of fossil fuels such as coal, oil and natural gas -- have led to the buildup of heat-retaining greenhouse gases and that this, in turn, is contributing to a warming of the earth's oceans and atmosphere, glacier melting, sea level rise and other changes in our climate. While the Mid-Atlantic Region is contributing to and being impacted by the problem in much the same way as other regions of the country, this region also has its own distinctive characteristics. This Web site is meant to supplement EPA's climate change website by providing regional and local information related to those issues that are unique to this region. Some of the unique characteriscs of this region include:

For more detail see Indicators of Climate Change in the Mid-Atlantic Region.

Regional Climate Connections

Climate Change

Air and Climate

Estuaries

Climate Contacts

Climate Indicators

Greenhouse Gases

Power Plants

Water and Climate

State and Local Connections

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National Connections

Climate Change

Climate Change Science

Climate Indicators

Climate Change and Water

Greenhouse Gases

U.S. GHG Reporting Program

U.S. GHG Inventory

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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