UN: Sea-level rise could cost global economy trillions

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Small island developing countries likely to be worse hit as climate change devastates tourism and fisheries

The likely financial cost of rising sea levels and temperatures to the global economy could rise to trillions of dollars, a UN Environment Programme (UNEP) study has found. Climate change-induced sea-level...

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