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A new report from the Atlantic Council details the devastating economic and societal toll of extreme heat in the U.S. The think tank estimates more than 59,000 people could die from heat every year by 2050 if climate trends go unchanged. CBS News climate and energy reporter Cara Korte joins CBSN's Lana Zak to discuss.

Just wondering if they acknowledge that the 'climate trend' started about 20,000 years ago when the glaciers stopped growing and began melting....Every millennium has been a bit warmer,

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