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Quantifying the economic hit from climate change

Many academic studies underplay the extent to which higher temperatures could affect economic activity over the long run. Nonetheless, even in a scenario in which the global average temperature rose by more than 3°C from its pre-industrial average, given that advanced economies would we comparatively insulated, we would still expect global GDP to nearly double by 2050.

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