Global climate change has killed 500,000 people in the last 20 years, the report said
About 500,000 people have died in the last 20 years due to natural disasters caused by severe weather conditions around the world.
A recent report examines the negative effects of climate change on humanity, according to which natural disasters associated with climate change, such as hurricanes, extreme heat and floods, are affecting developing countries the most.
According to the report, such disasters have killed about 480,000 people in the last two decades.
The report says that since 2000, there have been more than 11,000 natural disasters and catastrophic events in the world, which have led to extreme weather conditions.
According to the think tank German Watch, natural disasters have cost the global economy 2.5 2.56 trillion so far this century.