ILUSTRASI. According to a 2021 European Central Bank report, climate change could wipe over 4 percent off European GDP by 2030 in a worst-case scenario. REUTERS/Costas Baltas
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KONTAN.CO.ID - ATHENS. When the blaze tore through a forest in Greece last August, swallowing up pine trees and scorching the earth, Stathis Albanis knew his beekeeping trade would suffer. A year on, long after the flames died down, he says the impact on livelihoods like his will be felt for a generation.
"There are no pine trees left. The beekeepers will get honey again in 30 years, and that's only if the forest doesn't burn again," said Albanis, 62, who had been harvesting Greece's prized pine honey on the island of Evia since aged 10.
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