More wildfires. Warmer lakes. And higher temperatures. A new study from the California Environmental Protection Agency cites those and other signs that climate change is having a growing impact across the state. Ben Adler has more from Sacramento.
CalEPA has been tracking environmental indicators since the year 2000 in hopes of measuring the effects of climate change. Here are some of the findings in the new study, based on 36 different indicators:
- California’s high, low and average temperatures are going up – especially at night.