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Dylan Clark and Ryan Ness

Dylan Clark is a senior research associate at the Canadian Institute for Climate Choices. Ryan Ness is the director of adaptation at the Canadian Institute for Climate Choices.

As temperatures increase, ground-level ozone (a component of urban smog) is projected to worsen. Towards the end of the century, the report estimates that ground-level ozone could cause more than a quarter of a million people per decade to be hospitalized or die prematurely, with an annual cost of about $250-billion, write Dylan Clark and Ryan Ness. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
As temperatures increase, ground-level ozone (a component of urban smog) is projected to worsen. Towards the end of the century, the report estimates that ground-level ozone could cause more than a quarter of a million people per decade to be hospitalized or die prematurely, with an annual cost of about $250-billion, write Dylan Clark and Ryan Ness. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade