Wednesday, January 26, 2011

For you to have a car, someone, somewhere, must die.

Thomas Schelling: The Economics of Global Warming - Newsweek: "The most likely consequences of climate change will be severe impacts on food production in the developing world. We can worry about urban heat waves, polar bears, and forest fires, but the worst effects are almost certainly going to be on food production in the poor countries, where half or more of the population depends on growing its own food."