A recent discussion at the University of Vermont's Davis Center involved various experts on environment along with the community members. It highlighted how the future will be for the people of the Green Mountain State due to climate change and how they should cope up with it.
The Vermont Climate Assessment concluded in the first state report that climate change will eventually lead to more levels of precipitation and heavy snowing can be expected to be there in the next 25 years. This report was based on the model of the National Climate Assessment released last month by...
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