Germany Has Lost an Average of €6.6B Per Year Since 2000 Due to Climate Change

Climate change has cost Germany an average of €6.6 billion per year since 2000, a study commissioned by the country’s ministry for economic affairs and climate action has found.

The study was released on Monday at the start of the Petersberg Climate Dialogue in Berlin, where senior officials from 40 countries discussed the fight against climate change and its impact ahead of this year’s UN climate summit in Egypt.