Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Canada are some of the few countries to benefit economically from climate change in recent decades, according to a Stanford University study published by the US National Academy of Sciences in its prestigious journal, PNAS.
The main observation is that warming is “increasing growth in cool countries and decreasing growth in warm countries."
Comparing 50 years of historical temperature fluctuations and economic growth, researchers found that warming has led to "rob...


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