Even though it doesn't really exist, you should just learn to get used to it:
Trying to stop global warming imposes huge costs and provides very few benefits, according to a study authored by a Bush Administration analyst and released today by the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA).
“Living with global warming costs a fraction of what it would take to stop it,” said Indur Goklany, author of the NCPA study. “The costs of trying to prevent global warming far exceed any benefits of doing so for the foreseeable future.”
The NCPA study compared the costs and benefits of adapting to global climate change with strategies that prevent global warming, such as the Kyoto Protocol, and found that problems most often projected to dramatically worsen as a result of global warming are more effectively and economically lowered by adapting to climate change rather than trying to prevent it....
Moreover, adapting to climate change would enhance both economic development and human capital and increase the capacity for technological innovation in developing countries....
Yeah, and a lot fewer people would have died from Katrina if they'd just had the foresight to grow gills.
(NCPA is a "communications and research foundation dedicated to providing free market solutions to today's public policy problems,'" it says here. Commentaries by Pete du Pont, Bruce Bartlett, and a few other fine NCPA thinkers can be found here.)