Wilber Posted November 15, 2013 Report Share Posted November 15, 2013 bottom line is your logic sounds superficially correct, however, in practice supporting policies to 'reduce whatever we can' results in massive amounts of money being wasted for no measurable benefit. For this reason the only sane policy response is one that saves the money and uses it to pay to adapt when changes actually occur. Well then. Considering how many of the worlds major population centers are located on coastal plains or river deltas and how well we are not doing dealing with things like climate change in sub Saharan Africa today, I would say we are screwed. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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