And 400,000 people dead a year (plus 4.5 million dead from fossil fuel air pollution).
This reduced global GDP by 1.6%.
These numbers will come in handy when the new surcharges in Germany will be announced later this month and anti-renewable propaganda forces will try to make hay from the fact that the average family will have to pay 2.4% of their income (instead of 2.2%) for electricity, and the surcharge will increase by 5 euro a month.
Compared to the 1.2 trillion in damages, these surcharges are a bargain. They have already achieved most of their purpose. Solar has gone large-scale and will continue to grow exponentially, until such time as all energy will come from renewable everywhere, and fossil fuels are only used for industrial chemistry applications, adding a lot to the value of the fossil fuel company reserves by selling much less.
The only question is how fast that is going to happen.