02 Dec '11, 9pm

Economist: We’ll just move to Siberia to escape climate change

Economist: We’ll just move to Siberia to escape climate change

The primary concern is that this would make it most difficult to meet our aggressive targets in controlling global warming. I stress, not impossible, because no one can predict the future of alternative energy development. I tend to think solar will come to dominant energy production in a matter of decades regardless, because the fundamentals are becoming so cheap. However, even if we have to face the warming, we face it in the future with a much richer and more progressive world. The raw wealth accumulation in [the] Third World will make much of the transition cost effective. As global manufacturing leaves China for Southeast Asia and eventually Africa billions of people will be lifted out of poverty. These people will adjust their living patterns anyway. They will build new cities and new infrastructure. If they do it in a way that is sensitive to climate change then the...

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