In fact there is and has always been a coherent libertarian view that takes the real risks of global change seriously.
Mark Boslough goes into more detail than is usual. Alas, this is at the link-grubber site HuffPo, so the odds of reproducing here are not worth pursuing. But the article is interesting enough.
The trouble is that there is no coherent libertarian recommendation for a useful policy. And, as we see from Tom Athanasiou’s contribution, international justice arguments from national sovereignty don’t bode well for the wealthy countries. The right tends to be big on national sovereignty. So where are the theories of how to adjust the market so it doesn’t slaughter us?
Unlike many readers, I really don’t WANT to be a leftist. But the right, even when not ducking the problem, seems to avoid coming up with any solutions.