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E - Economic Forecasting
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2010 Change in assumed oil price forecasts between reports
2010 Change in BAU emissions by region
2010 Change in BAU emissions by sector
2020 Impact of climate change on GDP
2022 Adaptation and global emissions reductions, taken together, can dramatically reduce costs
2022 Business investment will fall relative to a stable-climate reference case
2022 Canadian exports will shrink over time in both low-emissions and high-emissions scenarios
2022 Canadian households will pay a high price for climate damages in both the low-emissions and high-emissions scenarios
2022 Canadian imports will slow over time in both low-emissions and high-emissions scenarios
2022 Climate change will cause major job losses in both the low-emissions and high-emissions scenarios
2022 Climate change will make life less affordable by reducing income and increasing expenses
2022 Compared to the stable-climate reference case, by the middle of the century, most impact groups will see a loss in real GDP
2022 Economic drag indicators and broken window indicators
2022 Employment will fall relative to a stable-climate reference case
2022 Exports will fall relative to a stable-climate reference case
2022 Government spending will mostly increase relative to a stable-climate reference case
2022 Governments will need to increase taxes to pay for climate damages both in the low-emissions and high-emissions scenarios
2022 Household income will fall relative to a stable-climate reference case
2022 Imports will fall relative to a stable-climate reference case
2022 Investment declines accelerate over the medium term, both in the low-emissions and high-emissions scenarios
2022 Key findings from the bottom-up analysis
2022 Large GDP losses are already happening and will continue to grow in both low-emissions and high-emissions scenarios
2022 Low-emissions scenario and high-emissions scenario
2022 Low-income households have the most to lose from climate impacts both in the low-emissions and high-emissions scenarios
2022 Modelling climate impacts and their translation into the macroeconomic model
2022 Most sectors of the economy are negatively impacted by climate change both in the low-emissions and high-emissions scenarios
2022 No region is immune from the impacts of climate change, as losses take hold across the country, both in the low-emissions and high-emissions scenarios
2022 Our approach to assessing the impacts of climate change in Canada
2022 Proactive adaptation cuts costs by half across both the low-emissions and high-emissions scenarios
2022 Proactive adaptation generates major economic returns
2022 Proactive adaptation is a strong investment that generates major economic returns
2022 Real GDP will fall relative to a stable-climate reference case
2022 The climate costs iceberg
2022 The economic costs and benefits of 16 climate impacts
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