Climate Change Slams Global Economy in a New Study From Stanford and Berkeley

A novel analysis of temperature records shows that economies perform worse in high heat.
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Climate change could cause 10 times as much damage to the global economy as previously estimated, slashing output as much as 23 percent by the end of the century, a new research paper from Stanford and Berkeley finds. 

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