From the inbox (courtesy of my mother-in-law): This is an excerpt from a Sierra Club email. I do take the source into consideration. But it does sound like your kind of thing.
”The cost of climate change is rising and we all pay the price. Communities rebuild after superstorms and wildfires. Businesses see their fortunes fall as droughts sweep the heartland. Families face rising health care costs for asthma attacks and heart problems caused by runaway pollution.
Fossil fuel billionaires like the Koch brothers will keep hiding the consequences of their pollution unless there's a firm, scientific, and official cost for their carbon pollution -- and that's exactly what the White House's Office of Management and Budget is working on. It's called the social cost of carbon, and it's a measure of how much economic damage is being done to our society by each and every ton of carbon pollution that's pumped into our air. ”
SHe's right. That's my kind of thing.