Today a C in the air has been aired for special climatic disasters.
As Cyclone Katrina ravages the Gulf of Mexico, repairs begin in eastern Europe, where a few hundred people are taking advantage of the recession to return to their homes, evacuated due to torrential rains and catastrophic flooding. To date, there are around thirty dead in Romania and ten in Switzerland and Austria as a result of bad weather.
Note: I asked the following 2 questions that were not broadcast:
1) Do current climate models take into account the excess water from the combustion of fossil fuels?
2) Are the costs of climate disasters lower or higher than the benefits of fossil fuel industries and taxes? What is the order of proportion?