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FILE - A child's toy car sits near damaged cars and homes Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2021, in Bowling Green, Ky., after a tornado touched down in the middle of the night. According to three different reports released Monday, Jan. 10, 2021, the United States staggered through a steady onslaught of deadly billion-dollar climate disasters in an extra hot 2021, while the nation’s greenhouse gas emissions last year jumped 6% because of surges in coal and long-haul trucking, putting America further behind its 2030 climate change cutting goal. (AP Photo/James Kenney, File)

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FILE - People walk through the snow as they pass the Alamo, Thursday, Feb. 18, 2021, in San Antonio, as ice and sub-freezing weather to wreak havoc on the state's power grid and utilities. According to three different reports released Monday, Jan. 10, 2021, the United States staggered through a steady onslaught of deadly billion-dollar climate disasters in an extra hot 2021, while the nation’s greenhouse gas emissions last year jumped 6% because of surges in coal and long-haul trucking, putting America further behind its 2030 climate change cutting goal. (AP Photo/Eric Gay, File)

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FILE - Vivek Shandas, a professor of climate adaptation at Portland State University, takes a temperature reading of almost 106 degrees in downtown Thursday, Aug. 12, 2021, in Portland, Ore., during a major, multi-day heat wave. According to three different reports released Monday, Jan. 10, 2021, the United States staggered through a steady onslaught of deadly billion-dollar climate disasters in an extra hot 2021, while the nation’s greenhouse gas emissions last year jumped 6% because of surges in coal and long-haul trucking, putting America further behind its 2030 climate change cutting goal. (AP Photo/Nathan Howard, File)

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FILE - A kayaker paddles in Lake Oroville as water levels remain low due to continuing drought conditions in Oroville, Calif., Sunday, Aug. 22, 2021. According to three different reports released Monday, Jan. 10, 2021, the United States staggered through a steady onslaught of deadly billion-dollar climate disasters in an extra hot 2021, while the nation’s greenhouse gas emissions last year jumped 6% because of surges in coal and long-haul trucking, putting America further behind its 2030 climate change cutting goal. (AP Photo/Ethan Swope, File)

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FILE - Seen in a long camera exposure, the Caldor Fire burns on Sunday, Aug. 29, 2021, in Eldorado National Forest, Calif. According to three different reports released Monday, Jan. 10, 2021, the United States staggered through a steady onslaught of deadly billion-dollar climate disasters in an extra hot 2021, while the nation’s greenhouse gas emissions last year jumped 6% because of surges in coal and long-haul trucking, putting America further behind its 2030 climate change cutting goal. (AP Photo/Noah Berger, File)

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FILE - An American flag flies amidst debris of destroyed homes, in the aftermath of tornadoes that tore through the region, in Mayfield, Ky., Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2021. According to three different reports released Monday, Jan. 10, 2021, the United States staggered through a steady onslaught of deadly billion-dollar climate disasters in an extra hot 2021, while the nation’s greenhouse gas emissions last year jumped 6% because of surges in coal and long-haul trucking, putting America further behind its 2030 climate change cutting goal. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert, File)