News Risk Management01 May 2019

Climate change aggravates global economic inequality

| 01 May 2019

A new study from Stanford University, USA has shown that global warming has increased economic inequalities among countries since 1960s. While the biggest emitters enjoy on average about 10% higher per capita GDP today than they would have in a world without warming, the lowest emitters have been dragged down by about 25%.

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