Who pays to clean up from the effects of climate disruption?
The band of heavy rain and Tropical Storm force winds from Andrea's approach of Florida from the tropics could be a reminder of the extreme weather expected to become more frequent with climate change.
But who pays the costs of these climate disasters?
To answer that, I interviewed Bob Deans, director of federal communications with the Natural Resources Defense Council in Washington.
In the second half of this interview where we look at some ways to mitigate the cost of climate disruption.comments powered by Disqus