Fourth National Climate Assessment Vol I + II
NCA4 Vol II: Impacts, Risks, and Adaptation in the United States
NCA4 Vol I: Climate Science Special Report
The Reports Library features scientific assessments, annual reports, strategic research plans, and other resources produced by USGCRP and the collaborative efforts of our member agencies. Select reports by other authoritative scientific bodies with whom we work, such as the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and the National Research Council (NRC), are also accessible here. Most reports are available for download (open and click View); some can be ordered in print free of charge (open and click Add to Cart).
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El cambio climático es una amenaza para la salud y el bienestar de los seres humanos en los Estados Unidos. El Programa de los Estados Unidos de Investigación sobre el Cambio Mundial (USGCRP) llevó a cabo esta evaluación sobre el clima y la salud con la finalidad de entender esta creciente amenaza y de fundamentar las decisiones con respecto a...
This assessment report presents the results of the 2016 AMAP Assessment of Chemicals of Emerging Arctic Concern. This assessment updates the AMAP POPs assessments delivered in 1998, 2002 and 2009, specifically with respect to information on chemicals newly identified in the Arctic environment.
This document presents the policy-relevant findings of the Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme's 2015 assessments of persistent organic pollutants, radioactivity, and human health in the Arctic.
This report, organized under the auspices of USGCRP's Adaptation Science Interagency Working Group, is a snapshot in time (2013-2014) of the status of climate change adaptation in Federal agencies that study and manage land and water resources.
This report was prepared as part of the United States National Climate Assessment and part of the President's Climate Action Plan (PCAP). USDA led the production of the report on behalf of the thirteen Federal Agencies of the U.S. Global Change Research Program. Thirty-one authors and contributors-- representing nineteen federal, academic, nongovernmental, and intergovernmental institutions in four countries-- prepared the...
Achieving food security for all people everywhere is a widely agreed upon international objective, most recently codified in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals for 2030. This report describes the potential effects of climate change on global food security and examines the implications of these effects for the United States.
This fact sheet provides an overview of USGCRP's Interagency Crosscutting Group on Climate Change and Human Health (CCHHG), which coordinates, implements, evaluates, and communicates Federal research and scientific activities related to the human health impacts of global climate change.