Climate Change: The Eye of the Storm

Thomas Schueneman

It isn't that there are now hurricanes when before there were none. Or fires, floods, and heatwaves. Climate change is how extreme all these natural events have become. Wildfires explode into monster firestorms; heatwaves push the limits into new records, both day and night; hurricanes stall and dump a month's worth of rain in mere hours. This is what climate change looks like.
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