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WWF works to sustain the natural world for the benefit of people and wildlife, collaborating with partners from local to global levels in nearly 100 countries.
Today the Biden-Harris Administration released the Fifth National Climate Assessment, which highlights how all regions of the United States are experiencing increasingly harmful impacts from climate change. World Wildlife Fund (WWF) issued the following statement from Marcene Mitchell, senior vice president of climate change:
"This latest assessment highlights the far-reaching impacts of the climate crisis. Americans are increasingly suffering from extreme weather disasters. We need to move quickly to transition to renewable energy and build the resilience of both nature and people. If we do not, the alternative is more destructive rainstorms, hurricanes and wildfires threatening our communities and our way of life. It's not too late to change our trajectory and protect ourselves and future generations."