Climate Change Rescue in U.S. Makes S...

Climate Change Rescue in U.S. Makes Steyer Converge With Paulson

There are 2 comments on the Bloomberg story from Oct 1, 2013, titled Climate Change Rescue in U.S. Makes Steyer Converge With Paulson. In it, Bloomberg reports that:

Billionaire Tom Steyer recalls a dinner at the U.S. Treasury in Washington with two senior department officials and six money managers.

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Toronto, Canada

#1 Oct 1, 2013
"Climate change is every bit as big a risk to our economy as it is to the environment, says Paulson" and more importantly, our health and welfare.

AGW and climate change is an issue of OUR welfare in the future. Ignore it and you WILL lose.

Houston, TX

#2 Oct 1, 2013
Excellent read. Any one to disagree other than less?

The biggest problem were dealing with is a sense of hopelessness. But Im saying were the first generation with the knowledge and the ability to do something: We dont need new science, and we have great technology. We need the will to act now so we dont leave our children and grandchildren with a catastrophic burden.

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