Report: Climate change could cost 11,000 outdoor jobs

Great Falls Tribune: The cost of unabated climate change in Montana could be 11,000 jobs and $281 million in labor earnings by 2050, according to a new report that attempts to quantify its economic impacts on the state's outdoor economy, including hunting, fishing, skiing and snowmobiling. The report, released Tuesday, was completed by Donovan Power Consulting, a Montana-based economic consulting firm headed by the former head of the economics department at the University of Montana, at the request of the Montana......

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