THE MAJOR PROBLEM with determining the economics of affecting climate change is the number of variables involved and the inability, even using advanced modeling theories, to accurately project these variables for more than a few years. Projecting the economic costs of doing nothing to combat climate change, or the costs of attempting to do something, are hampered not only by understanding the effects of the climate change on national, regional, and global economies, but also by the infinite variables that must be incorporated into the economic models. These variables are contingent on the infinite variables incorporated into the currently evolving and competing climate change models.
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