The US is facing its most serious crisis since the Second World War.
The US Department of Energy (DOE) said it is warning that the country could be on the brink of a thermostat apocalypse if it does not change its thermostatic system.
The warning comes after the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) said the US could be experiencing a “crisis of high-energy-density” due to “dangerous” changes to the nation’s thermostatically controlled energy.
The DHS said a “new energy environment” was emerging in the US that was “unprecedented”.
It also said that the US government’s energy policy “will not be safe for decades to come”.
The DHS warning comes just weeks after the Obama administration announced it was moving to “reduce energy intensity” in the United States by reducing demand for fossil fuels.
As a result, “there is a growing risk that our country could face a thermoregulatory crisis,” the White House said in a statement released on Thursday.
Energy experts have warned that the changes could result in a huge increase in CO2 emissions.
In its statement, the DHS said that “an unexpected increase in energy intensity and/or CO2 will not be unexpected”.
It added: “In a very real sense, this is the hottest thing that’s ever happened.”
The US government has been pushing to reduce energy consumption and is also planning to reduce its reliance on coal.
A number of experts have also warned that a “carbon tax” or other energy tax could become a reality in the coming years.
In its statement on Thursday, the Department Of Homeland Security said it had “received numerous requests for advice” on how to deal with the rise in CO 2 emissions.
It said that while “all of us must continue to strive to reduce CO2,” the “temperature is rising, and there is a new energy environment”.
As part of its plan, the government has also announced a range of measures to curb CO2, including the deployment of “smart thermostatics” in homes, the reduction of the number of fossil fuel-fired power plants and the construction of more efficient power plants.
It is unclear how the government plans to address the growing threat of climate change.
This article has been updated to correct the date of the DHS warning.