"Albert Einstein is rumored to have said that one cannot solve a problem with the same thinking that led to it. Yet this is precisely what we are now trying to do with climate change policy…. [I]t doesn’t make sense. Natural gas is not the bridge to clean energy; it’s the road to more climate change."
The real question should be: What is the cost of inaction? In my view — and in the view of a growing group of business people, economists, and other financial and market experts — the cost of inaction over the long term is far greater than the cost of action. - Robert Rubin
Read more at the Washington Post: Ignoring Climate Change Could Sink The Economy
"There is a new threat facing the nation’s armed forces, and the Department of Defense is not doing enough about it. The threat? Global climate change."
, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Operational Energy Plans and Programs
Wildfires aren’t just dangerous. They are astronomically costly.
Via Bloomberg News
New York Times mapped out the increasing severity of the Western drought, finding "about 34 percent of the contiguous United States was in at least a moderate drought as of July 22.”
Check it out here