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This is what a Green New Deal for Europe could look like

The deal could breathe fresh life into the European economy and tackle the climate crisis. Image: REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

Kate Whiting

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In the European Commission’s latest predictions of the economic impact of climate change, annual welfare losses could be €27 billion under the ‘high-warming scenario’ of the 2080s. But there’s a clear geographical North-South split, with economic losses worse in southern Europe. Image: European Commission

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