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64 40. ,” Reuters, March 9, 2011. com. 41. Coral Davenport, “The Scary Truth About How Much Climate Change Is Costing You,” National Journal, February 7, 2013. com. 42. Jeffrey Goldberg, “Drowning Kiribati,” Bloomberg Business Week, November 21, 2013. com. 43. Environmental Protection Agency, “Climate Impacts on Ecosystems,” updated September 9, 2013. gov. 44. Michael Hutchins, interview by Jordan Carlton Schaul, “The Climate Change Conundrum: What the Future Is Beginning to Look Like,” National Geographic, January 10, 2013.

New York: Cambridge University Press, 2011, p. 136. 64 40. ,” Reuters, March 9, 2011. com. 41. Coral Davenport, “The Scary Truth About How Much Climate Change Is Costing You,” National Journal, February 7, 2013. com. 42. Jeffrey Goldberg, “Drowning Kiribati,” Bloomberg Business Week, November 21, 2013. com. 43. Environmental Protection Agency, “Climate Impacts on Ecosystems,” updated September 9, 2013. gov. 44. Michael Hutchins, interview by Jordan Carlton Schaul, “The Climate Change Conundrum: What the Future Is Beginning to Look Like,” National Geographic, January 10, 2013.

Derrick Morgan, vice president for domestic and economic policy at the Heritage Foundation, says, “The Chinese people have seen a nearly sixfold increase in per capita gross domestic product (GDP) from 1990 to 2011. ” Overall, he argues that action to protect the environment cannot come at the expense of society’s well-being. ”65 59 Geoengineering Is Too Risky Another proposed solution to the problem of climate change is geoengineering; however, this is unpredictable and too risky to use. Geoengineering involves the active manipulation of Earth’s climate system in order to stop the climate from changing or to reverse changes that have already happened.

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