Verisk Maplecroft: Rising temperatures set to cool economic growth

Madeleine Cuff
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 Worker productivity is set to slump as global temperatures rise
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Worker productivity is set to slump as global temperatures rise

Emerging economies set to take a financial hit as rising temperatures raise the risk of overheated workers and electricity blackouts

It is one of the unfair ironies of climate change that some of the world's poorest citizens will be those hit hardest. Now it seems that not only will countries in regions such as Africa and South East...

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