$2tln of Damage Inflicted on Other Countries by US Emissions

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The huge volume of planet-heating gases pumped out by the US, the largest historical emitter, has caused such harm to other, mostly poor, countries through heatwaves, crop failures and other consequences that the US is responsible for $1.91tln in lost global income since 1990, the study found, The Guardian reported.

This puts the US ahead of China, currently the world’s leading emitter, Russian, India and Brazil as the next largest contributors to global economic damage through their emissions. Combined, these five leading culprits have caused a total of $6tln in losses worldwide, or about 11% of annual global GDP, since 1990 by fueling climate breakdown







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