Work Load Less as Climate Change Staggers? Bloomberg Reports
In the South, summertime calls for some easy living. But not for much longer. In a world with annual record-breaking heat, Bloomberg Business reports that searing temperatures caused by climate change will cost global economies more than an estimated $2 trillion by 2030 - yes, that's less than 15 years from now, according to the United Nations. Economies with the lowest emissions and GDP, such as Malaysia and Bangladesh, will be hit the hardest, as more workers face heat stress and stroke.