An updated U.S. weather profile

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BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager with almost $5 trillion in assets, said that all investors need to factor climate change, and the investment needed to halt it, into their future risk-assessments. This graphic gives you an idea of their cost estimates.

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  1. Jon Snow says:

    Warm winters in the Arctic may contribute to colder winters in the United States and Europe, according to new research. (TIME)
    The study, published in the journal Nature Climate Change, shows that the Arctic polar vortex—a large pressure system—has been shifting away from North America toward Europe over the past several decades. That in turn has allowed cold temperatures to seep downwards, making for frigid winters in North America and the United Kingdom while the Arctic experiences unprecedented warmth.

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