Climate change impacts contribute to loss of productivity in 'labour-intensive industries'
Climate change impacts contribute to loss of productivity in 'labour-intensive industries'

What is the 'existential threat' to Australia's economy?

2 November 2020

The Australian economy risks losing more than $3tn over the next 50 years if it fails to ramp up the fight against climate change.

A report by Deloitte Access Economics has found “the devastating existential threat” of climate change could cost the same as the coronavirus pandemic unless action is taken to head mitigate its effects.

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