More rainy days from climate change could dampen economic growth: Study

More rainy days and extreme rainfall likely will hurt global economies, according to new research.

1/13/2022 4:33:00 PM

More rainy days and extreme rainfall likely will hurt global economies, according to new research.

Scientists examined 40 years of data from more than 1,500 global regions and found that more rain can slow economic growth.

According to a new study, extreme rainfall will likely hurt global economies.Grace Ramey/Daily News via AP, FILEMore rainy days and extreme rainfall likely will hurt global economies, according to new research from the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research.

"This is about prosperity -- and ultimately about people's jobs," Leonie Wenz, a lead scientist, told ABC News."Economies across the world are slowed down by more wet days and extreme daily rainfall, an important insight that adds to our growing understanding of the true costs of climate change."

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