Why climate change is going to clobber our economy

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Why climate change is going to clobber our economy

Bob Keefe of Environmental Entrepreneurs argues the new US Congress needs to wake up fast to the economic crunch that awaits as climate impacts escalate

Never mind record temperatures, flooding, wildfires and rising seas. Recent reports about the state of climate change send another warning about its impacts: It's going to clobber our economy...

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