Halving CO2 by 2050 to cost less than one per cent of GDP

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Imperial College research finds cost of slashing emissions would be $2tr per year

Global efforts to slash carbon emissions to prevent catastrophic climate change could cost businesses and governments one per cent of the world's gross domestic product, or $2tr per year, by 2050. That...

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