A new EPA report, Climate Change in the United States: Benefits of Global Action, explores the question: What are the benefits to the United States of reducing global greenhouse gas emissions? To answer this, we need to understand the basic scale of the difference between a world with and without global climate action. This report summarizes peer-reviewed results from the Climate Change Impacts and Risks Analysis (CIRA) project, which estimates the physical and monetary benefits to the U.S. of global action on climate change. This brochure provides key findings and regional highlights of the report, showing that Americans significantly benefit from global action. Importantly, this report analyzes only some of the impacts of climate change, and therefore estimates just a portion of the total benefits of reducing GHGs.