The report, written with the help of more than a dozen USA government agencies and departments, said the effects of climate change would harm human health, damage infrastructure, limit water availability, alter coastlines and increase costs in various industries.
The fifth installment would be due during President Trump's second term if he's re-elected.
One benefit the report may have, even despite a lack of media coverage, may be to weaken the administration's legal case to gut environmental standards, such as the freeze in federal fuel-economy rules, which is already being challenged in court. Instead, the Trump administration dropped the report on the afternoon of Black Friday, a period when politicians infamously dump news that they don't want to garner attention.
"With continued growth in emissions at historic rates, annual losses in some economic sectors are projected to reach hundreds of billions of dollars by the end of the century - more than the current gross domestic product (GDP) of many USA states", the report says.
It concluded that climate change was man-made, and would have devastating effects on the world's economy unless addressed soon.
Trump's comments on Friday were not all that surprising given the president's past rhetoric on climate change.
The report anticipates that if significant steps aren't taken to reduce global warming, it could cut 10 percent off American gross domestic product by 10 percent by 2100.
Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe no longer able to walk The 94 year old former Zimbabwe President has been in Singapore for treatment for an undisclosed illness for the past two months. Mugabe , who ruled Zimbabwe for almost four decades since independence from Britain in 1980, will be 95 next February.
It warns that the danger of destructive weather events - from powerful storms to extremely dry weather and wildfires - is worsening.
But the report, vetted by 13 government agencies, holds out hope that agriculture can adapt to climate change with "planting decisions, farming practices and the use of technology". It's now CLIMATE CHANGE'.
The White House responded to the report by misrepresenting scientists' work and promising "fuller information" in the next analysis.
"What the USA needs to do is participate in a long-term conversation about how you get to innovation, and it's going to need to be a conversation again that doesn't start with alarmism", Sasse said. The climate crisis is a threat to our communities, economy and planet.
"All the proposals I've seen so far that would address any of these issues would devastate the US economy and have little or no benefit that is demonstrable from our standpoint", he said. In fact, Trump's 2016 presidential campaign pledge of reviving the country's coal industry is gaining momentum.
USA greenhouse-gas emissions have decreased a bit lately.
The study also dives into what is causing all this climate change - us. I believe there's change, and I believe it goes up and it goes down, and it goes up again'. "It's not enough to think it's 'important.' We must make it urgent", she tweeted. We need bold action, not denials.
It produces a Shiga toxin that in severe cases can lead to hemolytic uremic syndrome, a type of kidney failure. So far, 32 people from 11 states across the USA have reportedly fallen sick after consuming Romaine lettuce.
But she admitted she was not "entirely happy" with the "backstop" contingency plan to avoid a hard border in Ireland. United Kingdom can sign trade deals with countries around the world - including with the US.
Mueller continued on to recommend that Manafort be sentenced for the crimes that he admitted to in the plea deal. Before the plea, Manafort's defenders had long insisted that he would not cooperate with Mueller.
The West has condemned Moscow's increasing control over maritime traffic and harassment of commercial vessels in the area. Martial law in the country is set to include a partial mobilization and strengthening of the country's air defense.
The Trump administration has imposed sanctions on 17 individuals that Saudi Arabia said were connected in Khashoggi's death. Trump has resisted calls to punish Saudi Arabia, pointing to the kingdom's purchase of weapons from USA arms manufacturers.
It was not immediately clear whether those throwing objects at U.S. agents were part of the caravan, MSNBC reported . There were some sections that had the dilapidated border wall that was made out of scrap metal the military gave us.
It was a very big challenge for me, with some of the things that he has said in the past, especially in the previous year or two. We all want to be the best team we can be and we all want to win trophies". "We have Bailly and Jones", Mourinho said.
A view of the Confederate women's' memorial on the grounds of the Mississippi State Capitol April 5, in Jackson, Mississippi. MS has a history of racially motivated lynchings and violence against people who sought voting rights for black citizens.
Things are much worse in the United States, where the automaker has announced plans to stop production at four plants from 2019. The reduction includes 8,100 white-collar workers, some of whom will take buyouts and others who will be laid off.
No. 11 Michigan State easily beats No. 17 UCLA
Sean Lloyd had 11 points for the Salukis (3-3), who shot 57 percent from the field, including 11 of 18 from 3-point range. Matt Coleman III had 16 points for Texas, and Jaxson Hayes had 15 points and nine rebounds.
New lander will add to humans' long fascination with Mars
In about six-and-a-half minutes it will have to slow down to about 5 miles per hour using descent thrusters and a parachute. After six months of a deep space voyage, NASA's new Mars lander InSight is ready to descend and explore the red planet.
Eiji Aonuma Seemingly Teases Skyward Sword for Switch
We may find out soon as recent rumors suggest a remake of The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword may soon be coming to the Switch. Though it was praised by critics, its reliance on motion controls was definitely the source of some discord among Zelda fans.
General Motors to slash 14,700 jobs in North America
Closing the factories, eliminating workers and discontinuing certain vehicles is expected to save approximately $6 billion. Brown also said it is clear that GM doesn't respect the workers at Lordstown and is demanding answers from the company.
I'll live on Mars if it kills me, insists Elon Musk
Axios reporters in the episode also interviewed Christian evangelist Franklin Graham and Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates. People die on Everest all the time, Musk noted, adding that people still make the trek because they enjoy the challenge.
Chinese scientist claims world's first gene-edited babies
If it causes unwanted side effects or harm, "I would feel the same pain as they do and it's going to be my own responsibility". Instead, the appeal was to offer couples affected by HIV a chance to have a child that might be protected from a similar fate.
Iran's Rouhani calls Israel a 'cancerous tumor'
Earlier this year, Iran's spiritual leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, also called on Muslim nations to unite against the U.S. Iran supports groups like Hezbollah and Hamas that have pledged to fight Israel's occupation of Palestine.
Subdued migrants at Tijuana border camp mull options
He said the US Border Patrol's use of force policy allows agents to use tear gas, but added the incident would be reviewed. He said the aim of Sunday's march was to make the migrants' suffering more visible to USA and Mexican officials .
NASA spacecraft lands on red planet after six-month journey
Settling In InSight's first few days on the Red Planet won't be as eventful as the probe's nerve-wracking descent and landing . The stationary 360-kilogram lander will use its 6 feet robotic arm to place a mechanical mole and seismometer on the ground.