The cost of doing nothing in the face of climate change

Cheryl Joy Fernandez discusses the life satisfaction approach for generating quantitative estimates of both the tangible and intangible cost of disasters – the cost of doing nothing. Image courtesy of Cheryl Joy Fernandez.

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