Late Friday, a draft of the third US National Climate Assessment was released.
According to Mother Jones:
The report describes, among other things, a future of disappearing coastlines, a staggering rise in average temperatures of up to 10 degrees Fahrenheit (~6 C) this century, and more frequent heat waves and weather extremes. What’s more, it bluntly states that our modest efforts thus far are “not sufficient” to avert these devastating futures
How serious should this report be taken?