On Wednesday, the Environmental Protection Agency released a summary of its new federal climate change plan, saying that “states and local governments are required to consider climate change impacts to their plans and programs.”
In the wake of the deadly blizzard, some states have already begun to implement plans to deal with climate change.
California’s new air quality standards require the state to develop an ambitious climate change strategy.
But that strategy is still being worked out, and it’s not clear how it would impact states that have already adopted the plans.
“States will need to consider whether the mitigation efforts they have in place today are sufficient to meet their environmental objectives and meet the goals of their climate action plans,” the EPA said.
“For example, the State Climate Plan does not contain the ability to meet its goals under current state and local policies, or the extent to which their plans are based on climate science.
States may consider whether their plans can be developed in a manner that allows them to meet all their climate goals and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and to do so safely.”
For now, states are still struggling to implement their plans.
In some states, the plans are being implemented in a “patchwork” way, meaning there are multiple plans in place at the same time.
In other states, there are plans in multiple phases, and in some, there is no plan at all.
And some states still do not have plans.
There’s no federal climate plan that outlines a clear timeline for addressing climate change, and that leaves states with no way of knowing how much money they need to spend on climate change mitigation.
While some states are planning to implement climate change plans, others are still working on them.
California is one of the more than 30 states that are still waiting for a federal plan.
In response, some environmental groups are urging the Trump administration to push states to develop their own plans.
While the EPA is still drafting its new climate plan, some of the key provisions of that plan, including its climate mitigation strategy, have already been drafted.
The EPA said in its summary that states must consider climate impacts to the plan and programs, including climate adaptation plans, mitigation programs, and policies to reduce greenhouse gases.
It also said states should consider climate science to assess the potential impacts of their plans, and make recommendations for funding those climate science-based programs.
It said states can incorporate the climate change findings into their climate mitigation strategies.
California has already adopted a plan to address climate change and is currently working to develop one.
The new EPA report, however, says that states should not necessarily follow the same approach.
“State climate plans should be developed to provide more than a general climate plan,” the summary said.
States can’t simply adopt the plan as-is, the summary continued, “and should instead consider how their plans could address the impacts of climate change.”
States have been slow to implement plan A plan is an overall plan to reduce carbon emissions that addresses the overall emissions intensity of a state.
For example, an overall climate plan might consider the impact of global warming on a state’s water resources, its land use, its air quality, and other greenhouse gas impacts.
The plan might also address the effect of sea level rise and extreme weather events on a city, town, or county, among other factors.
In states that already have plans in the works, some officials have questioned whether those plans would be sufficient.
“If we just go back to the basics, and just go from an overall state plan to a plan for the individual states, it’s going to be very difficult to make those investments in the long run,” Governor Brownback said on Monday.
“We’ve got to get to the bottom of why some states aren’t taking action.”
Some of the biggest states on the list are Texas, New York, New Jersey, California, and Illinois.
The report said that states that don’t have plans yet could see the effects of climate changes “slowly but surely” with their actions.
California already has the largest population of people and businesses in the country.
A recent study by the Pew Research Center found that climate change has led to an increase in extreme weather.
And a recent report by the National Academy of Sciences found that there is evidence that human activities are having a disproportionate impact on climate and weather.
The New York Times, citing an analysis by the New York University’s Center for the Study of Climate and the Atmosphere, found that between 2001 and 2017, the average global temperature increased by 0.2 degrees Fahrenheit, with the increase in the hottest year being 2.3 degrees.