United States of America

Global Change Research Act of 1990

Legislative
Law
Passed in 1990
This law established the United States Global Change Research Program, which publishes the United States' National Climate Assessment once every four years. The purpose of the Global Change Research Program is to understand and evaluate risks to the United States that stem from climate change. This law outlines specific criteria according to which the Global Change Research Program must operate, including its committee structure, funding sources and timeline for compiling reports.

Documents
from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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