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Climate change will cripple economies regardless of wealth, economists say

The United States could see a 10% loss in gross domestic product (GDP) without significant policy change Image: REUTERS/Matias Delacroix TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY - RC1FFFA6CB70

Kate Ryan

Writer, Reuters

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