A new study finds that climate change and water shortages have left Americans less well-off than they were in the 1960s, which may have contributed to the election of Donald Trump and the resurgence of white nationalism.
The new study, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, is based on data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey and shows that the country has experienced “an unprecedented drought” since 2000.
The drought is “particularly severe” for young people in the South, it says.
The study shows that “droughts and water scarcity have been linked to significant changes in the characteristics of Americans,” and it notes that the number of Americans living in extreme poverty, the top 5 percent of the income distribution, have been falling for the last 15 years.
But the study also finds that water shortages and drought have contributed significantly to the rise of white supremacy.
Trump has said the U,S.
is “dying” because of climate change.
White nationalism, anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim sentiment, and the rise in violent protests have all contributed to a rise in white supremacy in the U-S.
The Trump administration has said it will look to ease restrictions on imports of water from Mexico, which it says is hurting Americans, but the Trump administration also recently announced that it will begin a program that will allow farmers to import more water from the United States.
A new report by a team of researchers from the University of California, Berkeley and the University at Buffalo found that while the United Kingdom has seen a rise of violent anti-immigration protests in recent years, it has also seen a surge in white nationalist and anti.
immigration sentiment, particularly in rural areas of the country.
Researchers from the UC Berkeley and University at Albany found that there were at least 6 million white nationalist organizations in the United Nations system in 2016.
And while white nationalism has been declining in the country over the past few decades, the researchers note that “white supremacy has grown.”
The UC Berkeley researchers found that “a large percentage of white nationalist groups are now concentrated in the Southern states.”
The authors of the new study suggest that “the rise of extreme right-wing nationalist movements in the wake of the 2016 U.K. Brexit vote may be a direct result of the failure of the U in dealing with climate change.”