Ray Fisman, co-author of Economic Gangsters
"Figuring out why I disagree with Matt Kahn's arguments leaves me seeing the world in a different way. That's rare. And Kahn writes so well that it's always a fun ride regardless of where the journey ends. Climatopolis is no exception. Read it for one vision of our hot, humid, hazy future."
Richard Florida, author of Rise of the Creative Class, and Director of the Martin Prosperity Institute at the University of Toronto
"How will we cope with a hotter, more crowded, and spikier world of bigger and bigger cities? Let Matt Kahn's thoroughly researched and well-written Climatopolis be your guide to our collective urban future."
"It is refreshing…to read books which look at the warming to come not as a frightful warning, nor as a fait accompli, but as something to which, at some levels of change, people will have to adaptand which in some settings they may adapt to rather well."
Edward L. Glaeser, New York Times Economix Blog
“[E]ngaging and provocative.... Professor Kahn's book provides a helpful middle ground between the extreme climate Cassandras and those who snort at climate change.”