Climate change means a big financial hit for some industries

Minnesota Public Radio: Last year was an expensive year for insurers. Global economic losses from natural and man-made disasters totaled $186 billion. Extreme weather events in the United States were the most expensive -- Hurricane Sandy alone caused $70 billion worth of damage. On Climate Cast, Kerri Miller and MPR News' Chief Meteorologist Paul Huttner talked about the economic impact of climate change. Here is an edited transcript of their conversation: Kerri Miller: We've been reading a report from the international......

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