Robert F. Kennedy Jr. shared a few minutes to talk about climate and water and us.
He says Las Vegas needs to think long-term to survive this hotter, drier world.
“And that plan probably means curtailing development, and investing in conservation and investing in making this city really a model sustainable city for the rest of the globe,” Kennedy says.
“Our national economy over the next decade is going to lose 10 percent of value because of climate change,” Kennedy said.
“There’s no economic reason to use carbon fuels anymore. The real issue is the political issue,” he says.