September 4, 2018

The ‘I’ Factor

Richard A. Williams

Senior Affiliated Scholar

provocative new study projects more car wrecks and worse food safety in the future because of climate change. According to the authors, higher temperatures are more hospitable to food-borne pathogens (like salmonella) and lead to poor driving. In addition, “exposure to hotter temperatures reduces the activity of two groups of regulators — police officers and food-safety inspectors — at times that the risks they are tasked with overseeing are highest...

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