On the economics of climate change, the end of the housing ATM and the scalability of human intervention in tech

So I reckon I've got the politics out of the way now since I don't have a lot to add on the election in Brazil. So here's my daily post without the politics.
Climate change
I saw a great piece in Axios about climate change that I wanted to highlight. Here are the big takeaways:
Climate change is reshaping aspects of our environment that many of us thought were static — from where deserts begin and end, to what we can grow in backyard or community gardens.

Why it matters: These changes portend bigger shifts to come that may reshape the global food system and lead to insecurity, with major agricultural countries facing more challenges from pests, heat waves, droughts, floods and other threats that could affect crop productivity.
My take on this is that it will drive volatility. And that mea...

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