Global warming, who wins and who loses?

An article by Gregg Easterbrook in this month’s Atlantic Monthly purports to answer this question. I found the article both simplistic and narrowminded. Simplistic because it approaches warming as a process that will affect all locations of the same latitude (or altitude) similarly, while the science suggests it is much more complex than that... Narrowminded because it views the ‘win’ and ‘lose’ purely from a human economic perspective, without regard to biodiversity, ecology, or other more inclusive moralities. More on this at Grist.


1 Response to “Global warming, who wins and who loses?”

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