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The world isn’t ready for climate-change-driven inflation
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The world isn’t ready for climate-change-driven inflation

For years, scientists and economists have warned that climate change could cause massive shortages of major commodities, such as wine, chocolate, and cereals.

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Climate lumber forests
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How climate change helped fuel the U.S. lumber shortage

Bitcoin? Blasé. Gold? Going out of style. "The hottest commodity on the planet," according to Dustin Jalbert, an economist at the market-research firm Fastmarkets, is lumber.

Bipartisan climate bill could cut pollution 38% by 2030
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Bipartisan climate bill could cut pollution 38% by 2030

A bill in Congress could slash American greenhouse-gas emissions. It's even bipartisan - if you squint.

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