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Fifth National Climate Assessment

On November 14, 2023, the U.S. Global Change Research Program (USGCRP) released The Fifth National Climate Assessment (NCA5). This important report, which advances our understanding of climate change, its impacts on the United States, and efforts to respond to the challenges it presents, is available now at

https://nca2023.globalchange.gov.

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馃實 On Earth Day, the United States Global Change Research Program (USGCRP) announced that all chapters of the Fifth National Climate Assessment (NCA5) are now available in Spanish.

馃摎 This is the first complete translation of the National Climate Assessment into Spanish. Its release significantly enhances the accessibility and outreach of the U.S. Government's primary tool for communicating climate risks, impacts, and solutions. bit.ly/45KRQ4U

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馃實 En el D铆a de la Tierra, El Programa de Estados Unidos para la Investigaci贸n sobre el Cambio Mundial (conocido como USGCRP por sus siglas en ingl茅s) anunci贸 que todos los cap铆tulos de La Quinta Evaluaci贸n Nacional del Clima (conocido como NCA5 por sus siglas en ingl茅s) ya est谩n disponibles en espa帽ol.

馃摎 Esta es la primera traducci贸n completa de La Evaluaci贸n Nacional del Clima al espa帽ol. La publicaci贸n ayudar谩 a mejorar significativamente la accesibilidad y el alcance de la principal herramienta del gobierno de los EE. UU. para comunicar los riesgos, impactos y soluciones clim谩ticos. bit.ly/45KRQ4U
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