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Harris Public Policy Assistant Professor Amir Jina was featured in CBS News discussing his research regarding climate change and the impact on the US economy.

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"In other words, if the world continues on its current trajectory to reach 4 degrees of warming, that change could cause 10 times the economic damage.

In that future world, climate damage would lead to nearly $1 trillion in costs by the end of the century, said Amir Jina, calling it "a worst-case scenario." 

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