In the NewsThe GuardianSeptember 23, 2020

‘They’re suffering now’: Americans scramble to adapt to daily reality of climate crisis

“There’s a potentially infinite number of ways you can adapt – by changing your wardrobe or your eating habits or all these kinds of things,” said Amir Jina, an environmental economist at the University of Chicago. “But any of the really effective ones that we know of, like air conditioning or air filters, they’re going to cost money. They’re going to cost quite a lot of money, in some cases.”