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The business press has not been among the leaders in writing and thinking about climate change and the consequences for the economy. 

This week, Bloomberg Businessweek begins to rewrite that script with a slashing story on climate change and...

The business press has not been among the leaders in writing and thinking about climate change and the consequences for the economy. 

This week, Bloomberg Businessweek begins to rewrite that script with a slashing story on climate change and a dramatic cover that is an instant classic:

It's a strong story, and well worth reading. But the cover is what people will remember--and it's what might prod business people into a more open-minded attitude toward climate change and its consequences. 

Josh Tyrangiel, Businessweek's editor, tweeted, "Our cover story this week may generate controversy, but only among the stupid....

I have three...

I have three not-quite news stories on climate change that have recently landed on the doorstep, each sticking in my memory. So I'll lump them all together and, just to throw some polemical spice and melodrama on top, finish with one of the most distressing -  if unfathomable in its larger scheme importance - news stories I've read recently.

Two of these are from Yale University, one apiece from its overlapping climate change public outreach projects. Each is something for reporters on the climate beat to have read.

  • Yale e360 - Michael Lemonick (Jan 18): ...