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New map projects where climate change will kill the most people

Climate change is projected to cause higher mortality in many parts of the United States, according to a new report published in the journal Science. The report's authors calculated the expected change in mortality by county across the US and found the risks were distributed very unevenly. Their analysis suggests that the country as a whole could see about 5.4 more deaths per 100,000 people for every degree Celsius the temperature rises.
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