Climate change threatens human welfare

Former chief World Bank economist Nicholas Stern says climate change, if nothing is done about it, will increase worldwide deaths from malnutrition and heat stress, and diseases such as malaria could become more widespread. Report predicts droughts, floods, water shortages and extreme weather if economies continue path.

By Michael Mccarthy, The Hamilton Spectator, 31 October 2006. Article.

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