SALT LAKE CITY — A massive government report on the impacts of human-caused climate change came out the day after Thanksgiving. It contains some dire predictions about what could happen to forests, oceans and cities.
But a University of Utah scientist says there are also some reasons for hope. KSL Newsradio’s Dan Bammes has more.
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