Julian Morris on the Policy Aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan

Typhoon HaiyanThe terrible toll of Typhoon
Haiyan—estimated to have killed more than 2,000 people—reminds us
of the often awesome power of the weather. Some say the death and
destruction in Asia are symptoms of climate change and that we can
expect worse to come—unless we cut back on emissions of greenhouse
gases. Coincidentally, negotiators from around the world are
meeting in Warsaw, Poland this week and next to attempt to hammer
out a deal that would do just that. But, points out Julian Morris,
Reason Foundation’s vice president of research, cuts in emissions
of greenhouse gases may not be the best way to address the threat
of hurricanes and typhoons, even if climate change is making them

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from Hit & Run http://reason.com/blog/2013/11/15/julian-morris-on-the-policy-aftermath-of

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