I would have to look at this to see whether they are properly accounting for improved technology and increased wealth that can help keep people warm, but this is something
that I have long pointed to at this website:
While summers in the UK became warmer in the period 1971 - 2003, there was no change in heat-related deaths, but annual cold-related mortality fell by 3% as winters became milder - so overall fewer people died as a result of extreme temperatures. . . .
Labels: Environment, GlobalWarming