Global warming has made poor countries even poorer

According to researchers, from 1961 to 2010, global warming led to a decrease in GDP per capita

At the same time, the gap between the GDP of rich and poor countries has grown by 25%.

"Historical evidence clearly shows that crops are more productive when people are healthier, and we are more productive when temperatures are not too high and not too cold.This means that a little warming may help cold countries, but it will be very inopportune for regions where it is already hot."

Stanford University

It was previously reported that thawing permafrost in the Arctic will lead to economic damage before 2300 ranging from $24.8 trillion to $66.9 trillion.