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#Climate Change: How to measure it

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#1 eds



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Posted 02 July 2017 - 05:37 AM

Climate change, will aggravate economic inequality in the United States,
. . . essentially transferring wealth from poor counties in the Southeast, and the Midwest,
. . . to well-off communities in the Northeast, and on the coasts.

Global warming will aggravate regional disparities, and
. . . the South will bear the worst of the costs,
. . . according to a revolutionary new economic assessment.

This new study worked from the bottom up,
. . . building its model from dozens of microeconomic studies,
. . . into how climate change is already affecting regional economies across the United States.
Every algorithm in the model,
. . . emerges from a previously observed relationship in real-world data.

7-2-2017 Source:  #Follow the Money: to the Coasts

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