Climate fatalism ignores the economics of climate action

Read this article by David S. Vogel and Helen Mountford about the effects of climate change on the U.S. economy. Recognition of climate change is becoming more widespread, but there’s still deep misunderstanding, if not outright denial, around the economics.  In fact, the economic case is strong and getting stronger. Recent research from the New Climate Economy finds that smart climate action can deliver at least $26 trillion in global economic benefits between now and 2030 compared with business as usual.

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