Climate Change

Experts explain the effects of global weather disruptions on advanced economies

Climate change is due to cause more extreme weather events. Image: REUTERS/Nacho Doce

Jasmien De Winne

Writer , VoxEU

Gert Peersman

Writer, VoxEU

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