A new report says climate change is real and is already affecting your life. But critics are calling the new assessment alarmist.
FOX News Radio's Steve Taylor reports Washington:
The report, called the National Climate Assessment, was sponsored by the federal government but written by scientists, who conclude that global warming is here and can be seen with hotter, drought-filled summers, colder winters and more severe storms.
(Podesta) "If anything we're seeing some of the effects that were predicted by the models coming in more quickly."
White House counsel John Podesta, claiming the report makes it more important to limit greenhouse gases. Critics say the report may lead to over-regulation of the energy industry.
In Washington, Steve Taylor, Fox News Radio.