You’ve heard the warnings:
Even if the world meets the emissions goals of the 2015 UN Paris Agreement, up to 90% of reef-building corals could be destroyed.
The U.S. is 10 years too late to avoid climate change disasters.
Global warming could spark killer heat waves that cause thousands of summer deaths.
Melting ice caps could displace nearly 200 million people worldwide.
As socionomists, we make no judgment on the veracity of these claims. Rather, what interests us is their timing. The environmental-concern pump is primed, but when will it erupt with a gusher of new passed legislation?
Discover THE financial market you should watch for clues about the answer in an excerpt from Alan Hall’s classic 2008 report.
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