Gulf Coast land loss could add up to $350 billion by 2030
Economic losses along the coasts of Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi and Alabama caused by rising seas, subsidence and hurricane damage could total $350 billion by 2030, if no steps are taken to counteract the effects of subsidence and global warming, according to a new report commissioned by Entergy Corp.
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#1 Oct 20, 2010
Is cap and trade one of the 'steps' needed to 'counteract' rising sea level, subsidence and hurricanes from happening?
Would reducing emissions 'counteract' rising sea level subsidence and hurricanes?
The answer to both of those questions is a two letter word, beginning with N and ending with O.
#2 Oct 20, 2010
Pretty much all of your misdirection and strawmen can be answered with No. That is because they are misdirections and strawmen.
Sometimes I wonder if you ever READ these articles. Well, really I always wonder as you never seem to have anything to say that is based on the actual articles.
#3 Oct 21, 2010
Thans for reminding me:Let the haunting continue.
Two links to where LessFact spelt forty correctly in June 2010, but by July, it had mysteriously become an AmericaniZed spelling:
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