To say what should be obvious, the dangers of climate change are no longer hypothetical. The extreme weather events we’ve recently seen around the globe — severe drought and forest fires in the American West; intensified hurricanes, catastrophic flooding in Europe; heat waves pushing temperatures in the Middle East above 120 degrees — are exactly the kinds of thing climate scientists warned us to expect as the planet warms.

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Posted on September 18, 2021

For good basic research on how climate change is effecting weather I would recommend checking out the environmental defense fund website on the matter.

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change 6th Assessment has a very nice summary for policy makers which outlines that in certain areas of the world - it outlines the current and potential future changes for different areas of the world. The section more specifically related to storms (pg11):


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