Global warming greatest risk

| 27/10/2008

(Reuters): The risks of inaction over climate change far outweigh the turmoil of the global financial crisis, a leading climate change expert has said. Calling for new fiscal spending tailored to low carbon growth Nicholas Stern, a former British Treasury economist said inaction on emissions blamed for global warming could cause economic pain equal to the Great Depression.  Go to article.

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  1. Anonymous says:

      Plan for new Maldives homeland

    The Maldives’ new president says he wants to buy a new homeland for his people in case rising sea-levels make them homeless.
     
    This may be relevant for Cayman!