I assumed the whole world was losing sleep over this, but when I mentioned it at a recent gathering, not ONE person had even heard of it. So here goes:
In early March of 2002, an Antarctic ice shelf the size of RHODE ISLAND collapsed into the sea, an apparent result of, um, melting ice.
So, uh, how much is mountain real estate going for in coastal regions? How high’s the water, momma?
Oh, and by the way: screw the Kyoto Treaty, this is a fantastic market opportunity! Surfboards for everyone!
U-S-A! U-S-A! U-S-A! We’re Number One! We’re Number One (in greenhouse gas emissions, that is)!