In Case You Missed It

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The Nobel Peace Prize-sharing Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released their Summary for Policy Makers over the weekend.

It's worth reading in full. But this tid-bit jumped out at me:

There is high agreement and much evidence that mitigation actions can result in near-term co-benefits (e.g. improved health due to reduced air pollution) that may offset a substantial fraction of mitigation costs.

Addressing global warming is not just good for the planet, it's good for our health.