The Republican Study Committee highlights Democrats’ plan to request an assessment of the geopolitical effects of climate change from the Director of National Intelligence. Gregg Easterbrook had an interesting article in the April Atlantic Monthly on the consequences of climate change (the mixed-bag picture he paints strikes me as cutting against his conclusion that preserving the status quo is worth the regulatory burden, by the way). As Easterbrook acknowledges, though, this is all quite speculative; the science is just too inexact to make firm predictions. Producing intel analysis based on such guesswork seems like a huge waste of resources.
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