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How hard could climate change hit the global economy, and where would suffer most?

Location and the reliance on certain sectors, like agriculture, increase the risk of GDP losses. Image: Unsplash/Maxim Tolchinskiy

Marc Jones

European Central Bank correspondent, Reuters

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Europe is the least at risk of losing GDP due to climate change. Image: S&P Global Ratings and Trucost (2022)

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