They've achieved this by cross referencing the cost projections for four major impacts of climate change with the country's Gross Domestic Produce (GDP) growth.
By 2050, they predict climate change will have cost taxpayers $506 billion (USD).
According to Expert Market it's in the states who's electoral votes were awarded to Donald Trump that will suffer most from the decisions that their President is making now.
They also calculate the cost of climate change damages will be more than 100 times the GDP of 28 states.
CFO of Expert Market told indy100
Until now much of the discussion around climate change initiatives has focused on how much of a cost burden preventative programmes are to the taxpayer, without much consideration as to what the price tag will be if no action is taken.
Our findings show that if the US continues down the dangerous route of taking a ‘business as usual’ approach to curbing climate change, the bill could be economically crippling for many states who will have to compensate for everything from property damaged by natural disasters, to health issues arising from poor air quality or pollution.