Researchers estimate that from 1961 to 2010, global warming led to a decrease in per capita GDP.
“Historical data clearly shows thatcrops are more productive when people are healthier, and we work more productively when the temperature is not too high and not too low. This means that a slight warming can help cold countries, but it will be very inappropriate for regions where it is already hot. ”
Earlier it was reported that melting of permafrost in the Arctic will lead to economic damage up to 2300 in the amount of $ 24.8 trillion to $ 66.9 trillion.