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Policymakers urged to act as S&P forecasts 4 per cent GDP hit from climate change

Despite growing evidence of long-term economic consequences, investors are concerned about lack of stronger regulatory action. Climate change could wipe 4 per cent off global economic growth by 2050, according to research by S&P Global.  The rating agency’s work on the impact of rising sea levels and more frequent extreme ...

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