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One of parameters of climate change is Mortality

"To put it bluntly, heat waves kill. Citing the study’s data, DR. ALFRED SOMMER, [2013 laureate], Dean Emeritus and Professor of Epidemiology and International Health at John Hopkins, said, “There will be 10 to 20 times as many incremental deaths because of excess heat and humidity 100 years from now.” In pure economic terms, never mind the emotional and moral toll, the likely costs of those deaths could reach as high as $710 per person each year by the close of the century — or $1,736 according to the VSL methodology. The states in the southeast corner of the country suffer the worst."

Read about the effects of climate change on other parameters - Agriculture, Energy Costs, Labor Productivity, Violent Crime, Coastal Damage, Think Progress, June 27, 2014