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Debt-plagued Greece sees economic gains in adapting to climate change

ATHENS -- Greece has a long history of recording climate variations. There are centuries-old tales of heat waves, droughts and floods striking the region -- often thought to be at the hand of a spurned god or goddess. Now, as human-caused greenhouse gas emissions are expected to cause a temperature spike across much of the Mediterranean, cash-strapped Greece is paying close attention to the economic risks and opportunities climate change may present.

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