Capitol Report: Here’s what the climate change report says will happen to the economy if temperatures get hotter

The impacts of climate change are intensifying, U.S. government report warns. Above, a man and his daughter check a flooded car outside their home in Port Arthur, Texas, in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.

Already U.S. lawmakers are bristling at the idea of taking steps to mitigate climate change for fear of disrupting the economy, after the publication of a U.S. government report outlining the dangers to the environment.

Sen. Mike Lee, a Utah Republican, flatly said he was against a carbon tax set at any price.

“All the proposals I’ve seen so far that would address any of these issues would devastate the U.S.

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