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Looking on the bright side of climate change, think of all the money corporations can make | Arwa Mahdawi

A new report reveals how Apple, among others, is already exploring the business possibilities that will come from the environmental crisis. Something to be cheerful about as the ice melts …
‘Rather than worrying about the planet being destroyed, why not ask yourself how you can best monetise the rest of your time on Earth?’ Photograph: Alamy Live News.

You know what I love about capitalism? Its optimism. Even in the direst of circumstances, it is always able to find a silver lining.

Take climate change, for example. After weird weather and ominous warnings of more to come, many of us are freaking out about an environmental apocalypse. Indeed, a shows record numbers of Americans are worried about climate change and,.

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