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Global Warming Heats Up The Income Gaps

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We get the rising temperatures and higher sea levels, but economic inequality from global warming?  Yes, say scientists from Stanford University. 

Their research put climate data and economic numbers side-by-side; hotter and poorer countries have been faring poorly economically as the planet warms. 

Cooler and wealthier countries have gotten mostly richer.  Noah Diffenbaugh, who did the research with Marshall Burke, is our guest. 

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