Sir Nicholas Stern told the world in his report that it would take only 1 per cent of global Gross Domestic Product (GDP) to tackle climate change. What he didn’t say was how GDP would vary across the world as climate change progresses.

A startling new map produced by Yale University in the US shows how many economies will suffer as a result of climate change, while a handful may ironically become richer through migration and altered global trading markets. Looking at nations’ energy resources, agricultural production, forests and water resources, the scientists behind the project have developed a map which predicts how world economies will change from 2010 until the end of the century. AQUI

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