And, here’s the odd thing, Mr. Pruitt is correct in one narrow respect. As some regions on the planet are harmed by the loss of fresh water supplies or viable farmland, for example, others might well be helped. Regions that were too cold to grow certain crops might now be able to support them because the growing season will be longer or warmer. Deserts might get rain. North Avenue may become the new Inner Harbor. If one ignores the huge cost in lives lost, property ruined, economies collapsed, diseases spread and political upheaval and on and on, then, yes, there might be an upside to certain individuals in certain locations.