Cutting emissions may be cheapest way to deal with global warming

09/23/2007 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Options that coastal areas have for dealing with the rising seas predicted to result from global warming include building farther inland or constructing levees and dikes like those built in the Netherlands. Such options are costly, however, and experts say it may be cheaper to try to slow global warming by reducing fossil fuel emissions.

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