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Climate Change Impacts Assessment set to release forest, urban green space reports in Bloomington

May 8, 2018

Over the next century, rising temperatures and changing precipitation patterns could dramatically alter Indiana’s forests and urban greenspaces, according to two new reports from the Indiana Climate Change Impacts Assessment based at Purdue University.

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Report: Climate change poses health risks for all Hoosiers

April 10, 2018

 Over the coming decades, higher temperatures, more extreme weather events and reduced air quality due to climate change in Indiana will likely pose significant…

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Upcoming report examines public health impacts of climate change

March 30, 2018

As Indiana’s weather gets warmer and wetter over the next century, Hoosiers will face an increased risk of mosquitoes carrying such “tropical” diseases as malaria and Zika while decreased air quality could trigger more respiratory ailments and a longer allergy season, according to the latest report from the Indiana Climate Change Impacts Assessment (IN CCIA).

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Climate change impacts report: Indiana will continue to get warmer, wetter

March 2, 2018

 Indiana’s climate has grown wetter and warmer in recent decades and these trends will dramatically accelerate, with dozens of days each year exceeding 95…

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Climate change impacts report: Indiana will continue to get warmer, wetter

March 1, 2018

Indiana’s climate has grown wetter and warmer in recent decades and these trends will dramatically accelerate, with dozens of days each year exceeding 95 degrees F by mid-century, according to the initial report of the Indiana Climate Change Impacts Assessment. The report, called “Indiana’s Past and Future Climate,” addresses historical patterns and future projections for climate change in the state. It was released today (March 1) in a news conference at The Nature Conservancy in Indianapolis.

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