10 Businesses Capitalizing on Global Warming

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Like almost everything else, capitalism has turned global warming into a business. Companies both small and large are profiting from this controversial and somewhat daunting time when climates are changing and effecting the entire world around us. Here are ten businesses that are capitalizing on global warming by taking advantage of the effects of climate change.

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