Study shows global warming is unlikely to reduce winter deaths

A study by researchers at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health debunks the assumption that global warming will lead to a decline in the number of deaths in winter. Findings showed that a warming climate trend led to much smaller reductions in cold-related mortality than some experts anticipated. Among 39 cities in the US and France, there was no evidence that cities having warming temperatures experienced any less winter mortality than did cooler cities. —> Read More