It is a source of information sought in a virtual library; its classification comes from a secondary source based on the beam model. Its authors are Diffenbaugh, Noah S, an American climate scientist at Stanford University, and Burke, Marshall, an American lawyer. This article was published on May 14, 2019, in the United States National Academy of Sciences. It is intended for students and scholars of the subject.
The authors establish their authority by referring to the fact that the causes of economic inequality have played a primary role inequitable economic development. Therefore, global warming has had a high impact on economic inequality between countries. They refer to global climate models and their relationship with world economic growth, questioning whether global warming has benefited rich countries more than developing countries. They are putting evidence that emerging nations have been harmed by global warming due to the significant energy consumption of wealthy nations. This differs from the reality of global warming since it affects both rich and emerging countries and has no local impact in each country. This source is relevant for my research because I establish levels that help me to define more clearly where I am going in terms of my research.
Diffenbaugh, N. S., & Burke, M. (2019). Global warming has increased global economic inequality. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 116 (20), 9808–9813. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1816020116