Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Another warmist claim: Because of trace amounts of invisible gas, Africa needs another $183 billion over 60 years just to maintain its few paved roads

Climate change will cost poor countries billions of dollars, studies say | John Vidal | Global development |
Africa, notoriously, has the worst roads in the world because its extremes of sun and rain bake them dry or leave them cratered and impassable for months at a time. The whole continent, which is physically larger than China, western Europe, India and the US together, still only has 171,000 km of all-weather roads - less than a country like Poland.

Now it can expect an extra $183bn bill just to maintain its few paved roads over the next 60 years because of the impact of climate change.

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