White House to study the impact of Climate change on human health and habitat

April 7, 2015 1:42 PM

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Washington DC – A new study has revealed that people are affected differently by Climate Changes depending on where they live. The greatest concern of the global warming and other human-driven influences on the environment is from the residents of Washington DC, with 52 percent of Americans reporting of their worries.

With the nation’s capital having the highest percentage of residents who are worried over the issue, other capitals the likes of Tennessee have also expressed the same feeling. However, reports have it that residents of New Hampshire have the least amount of concern over the climate changes.

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