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CU-Boulder's Roger Pielke talks about the rising cost of natural disasters

Scientists agree that developing nations could be among the hardest hit by the effects of climate change. But are policymakers focusing enough on helping these countries adapt to the potential impacts of global warming? During today's OnPoint, Roger Pielke, Jr., director of the University of Colorado at Boulder's Center for Science and Technology Policy Research, argues that adaptation should be a higher priority than greenhouse gas regulations. Plus, Pielke explains why climate policy discussions needs to move beyond the Kyoto Protocol.