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Last year, ASP released a series of 50 reports which analyze and project possible economic losses—or in some cases, gains—on a state-by-state basis as a result of unmitigated climate change. As we brace for the effects of Sandy, it is worth reading (again) the costs of what we will face, unless we begin to solve the real problem of climate change.

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The American Security Project released a series of 50 reports which analyze and project possible economic losses—or in some cases, gains—on a state-by-state basis as a result of unmitigated climate change. The project, “Pay Now, Pay Later” (PNPL), draws attention to the costs of inaction for each state if we fail to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

The American Security Project publishes telling reports on the economic costs of inaction on climate change for each state in the U.S. WASHINGTON D.C. April 19, 2011 – Today the American Security Project released a series of 50 reports which analyze and project possible economic losses—or in some cases, gains—on a state-by-state basis as a…

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