White House chief scientist John Holdren, provided an overview of the findings that the National Climate Assessment released earlier this year during the annual climate summit held Wednesday on Miami Beach.
White House chief scientist John Holdren, provided an overview of the findings that the National Climate Assessment released earlier this year during the annual climate summit held Wednesday on Miami Beach. CW Griffin Miami Herald Staff
White House chief scientist John Holdren, provided an overview of the findings that the National Climate Assessment released earlier this year during the annual climate summit held Wednesday on Miami Beach. CW Griffin Miami Herald Staff

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