A new federal report, the National Climate Assessment, states that climate change is causing harm across every region of the United States and is already far-reaching and worsening. The report reveals that the country is warming 60% faster than the global average, resulting in costly weather disasters and future problems. Climate change is impacting physical, mental, spiritual, and community health and well-being through extreme events, infectious diseases, and declines in food and water quality. The report also highlights the disproportionate risks faced by minority and Native American communities. The US is projected to warm 40% more than the global average by the end of the century.