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This item could be strengthened by including some of the already recognised casualities of climate change. An estimated 40,000 people died in the 2003 European heat wave. 11,000 estimated deaths in the 2010 Russian heatwave. Sudan?

"Climate-change disasters kill around 300,000 people a year and cause about $125 billion in economic losses, mainly from agriculture, a think-tank (Global Humanitarian Forum) led by former U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan reported Friday."
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Thanks for helping flesh it out, Gillian!

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