'From the food we eat to the roofs over our heads, the warming of the earth's atmosphere will have a profound financial impact on nearly every part of our daily lives. And we're not talking pocket change. The temperature increase associated with climate change could reduce the income of an average person by 23 percent by 2100, according to one study from the University of California–Berkeley.'
1) Health costs, 2) Food 3) Severe weather 4) Energy 5)Wage costs 6) Transportation costs
Miranda Devine of Australia's Daily Telegraph: 'Scaremongering is what Gore does best, and fear is the business model that has made him rich, though his every apocalyptic scenario has failed to materialize. In Australia last week to spruik his upcoming movie An Inconvenient Sequel, the former US vice president tried it on again, claiming Mother Nature was “screaming” and the world would descend into “political disruption and chaos and diseases, stronger storms and more destructive floods” unless we buy his snake oil.'
NYT: As news that President Trump was pulling out of the Paris climate accord hit at a luncheon for small-business owners in Toledo, Ohio, on Thursday, an already happy crowd suddenly turned euphoric. “It was like a major win at a football game,” said Rick Longenecker, a management consultant who had been among the 50 or so attendees who gathered to trade thoughts amid a rapidly improving local economy. While multinational corporations such as Disney, Goldman Sachs and IBM have opposed the president’s decision to walk away from the international climate agreement, many small companies around the country were cheering him on, embracing the choice as a tough-minded business move that made good on Mr. Trump’s commitment to put America’s commercial interests first.