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1 month ago   |   By Boston Herald

No free lunch
Carlos Solorzano-Cuadra complains about inflation, and the price of food (“The sting of government favoritism,” Nov. 29). But he needs to remember that there is no such thing as a free lunch. If we are going to avert catastrophic climate change, we will need to make other trade-offs.
Never mind his questionable assertions or his ignoring the role of corporate greed in the increased costs we are seeing. Wait until he notices the effect that climate change is already having on the global food supply, and where that will send prices.
While the specific choice to encourage...
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