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Lenders scolded for climate ignorance in ‘insane’ Florida deals – National Mortgage News. May 14, 2019; No Comments; Hurricane Michael killed seven people and caused more than $6 billion in damage in Florida in October, a toll compounded by warmer, higher seas and wetter air, the signs of climate change scientists have long warned about.
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“Insanity is repeating the same mistakes and expecting different results.. Of course, many of the questions will be foolish or ignorant.. The “they” are the climate scolds, Chicken Littles and Usual. see that if the energy prices are pushed up by our stupid government policies that prices can only increase.
finance.yahoo.com – Lenders Scolded for Climate Ignorance in Insane’ Florida Real Estate Deals(Bloomberg) — Hurricane Michael killed seven people and caused more than $6 billion in damage in Florida in October, a toll compounded by warmer, higher seas and wetter air, the signs of climate change scientists have long warned about.