Landmark report weighs 'Risky Business' of climate inaction


From GreenBiz.com

A group of influential climate policy advocates has just published a landmark assessment of the economics of climate change risk to the United States. It’s the first detailed analysis of the range of potential consequences for each region of the United States—as well as for selected sectors of the economy—“if we continue on our current path.”

The report, which says climate change could cost the U.S. economy billions of dollars over the coming decades, was created by a group of former federal cabinet officers, business leaders and scientists. read more>


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