Enlarge this imagePresident Barack Obama speaks for the Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center on Monday in Camden, N.J.Chris LaChall/APhide captiontoggle captionChris LaChall/APPresident Barack Obama speaks with the Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center on Monday in Camden, N.J.Chris LaChall/APDuring a commencement addre s with the U.S. Coast Guard Academy today, President Obama will forged local climate adjust as posing an “immediate risk to our national security.” NPR’s Scott Horsley reports Obama is expected to tell graduates that the Coast Guard itself https://www.patriotsglintshop.com/Julian-Edelman-Jersey will have to adjust to the effects of rising sea levels. Scott filed this report for our Newscast unit:”Coast Guard stations are among of the many military facilities already feeling the effects of a changing climate. In low lying Norfolk, Virginia high tides already swamp parts of a Navy base. But Obama Josh Gordon Jersey says the global reach of a changing weather extends far beyond the coast, and cro ses international boundaries. “The Administration is trying to curtail heat-trapping greenhouse gases with new restrictions on carbon pollution, especially from coal-fired power plants. But those rules face both political and legal challenges. Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell, whose home state of Kentucky is a leading coal producer, is encouraging states to resist the power plant rules.”According to excerpts released by the White House, Obama will say that local Kyle Van Noy Jersey weather adjust is also already affecting major American cities, from Miami to Norfolk.”This is not just a problem for countries on the coast or for certain regions of the world. Weather change will impact every country on the planet,” Obama will say. “No nation is immune. So I am here today to say that local climate transform constitutes a serious threat to global stability, an immediate risk to our national protection, and, make no mistake, it will impact how our military defends our country. And so we need to act and we need to act now.”