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EU's climate change bill could be sky-high, European Commission warns in risks communication

The EU faces astronomical climate change costs and should expect warming that averages three degrees by the end of this century, the European Commission has warned.
The impacts of climate change and resulting extreme weather events could reduce EU gross domestic product by about 7 percent by 2100, it said

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Stefano Porciello


Stefano is a MLex Correspondent based in Brussels covering energy and climate. Before joining MLex, he worked in communication for the Foundation for European Progressive Studies. He had previously worked as a freelancer in Italy and completed a traineeship at the European Parliament. Stefano holds a Master’s degree in International Relations and European Studies from the University of Florence.

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