An MIT climate change study released Sunday indicates the cost of slashing coal-fired carbon emissions would be offset by reduced spending on public health. The EPA-funded study examined climate change policies similar to those proposed by the Obama administration in June.

Source: www.csmonitor.com

Supporters of serious climate action keep using the costs of non-action framing to make their point. It will not work as the climate deniers do not really care about these costs. They oppose climate action for ideological reasons: defending ‘our way of life’.

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