Hurricane Ida Isn’t the Whole Story on Climate

Hurricane season has arrived in the Atlantic Ocean. Already this summer Hurricanes Henri and Ida have caused headline-generating damage and flooding in the Gulf states, the Southeast and the Middle Atlantic states. Yet despite what you may have heard, Atlantic hurricanes are not becoming more frequent. In fact, the frequency of hurricanes making landfall in the continental U.S. has declined slightly since 1900.

ArticlesClimate changeDevelopmentNatural DisastersPopulation GrowthEnglishWall Street Journalhttps://archive.ph/IgsTz#selection-4285.0-4289.74Read the full article

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October 5, 2021 at 12:17AM

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