Posted on December 18, 2014 by Seth Jaffe
There has already been significant discussion of the economic impacts of climate change. Damage from catastrophic events, the cost to build adaptation measures such as sea walls; these have all been examined. Now, a National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper suggests a much more direct measure. Apparently, we’re just not as productive as the planet warms.
Cole Porter knew what he was talking about.
Tags: National Bureau of Economic Research, NBER
Adaptation | Air | Climate Change | Sustainability