by Sam Hieb
…For ordering up such a beautiful week so that this doesn’t happen:
….Greg Andeck of the Environmental Defense Fund says that leaving climate change unchecked could hurt the economy, particularly in the Southeast, which is the region expected to be the most affected by increasing temperatures. Extremely hot days upwards of 95 degrees could cause a decrease in labor productivity in the construction, mining, utilities, transportation, and agricultural sectors, he said.
Not happening this week. If you’d like to thank the EPA, you can submit your public comment on
global warming climate change between now and October.