Hurricane Irma in Florida could affect food prices, cost $300 billion in cleanup
Irma is the worst single hurricane to hit Florida since Hurricane Andrew wreaked havoc in 1992
Are catastrophic disasters striking more often?
Since 1980 there have been 212 disasters in the US, which resulted in over $1.2-trillion damage
Do hurricanes feel the effects of climate change?
What scientists know – and don't know – about the linkage between climate change and hurricanes
Hurricanes may be getting more severe – do we need a whole new category to describe them?
The scale from one to five that is used to measure the destructive power of a hurricane may no longer be enough
Megastorms and the relevance of climate action
Experts predict ten-fold increase in frequency of tropical storms if the climate becomes two degree Celsius warmer
Hurricane Irma: things you must know about one of the most powerful Atlantic hurricanes ever
For the Caribbean nations, it is bringing back the memories of Hurricane Matthew that killed more than 500 people in Haiti in 2016
Warmer Atlantic to cause more hurricanes every year: study
A study published in the journal Science says that the warming itself was a combination of natural factors and human-induced climate change
Irma and Harvey: very different storms, but both affected by climate change
This hurricane season sea temperatures have been persistently 1-2℃ above normal over the tropical Atlantic Ocean, which allowed stronger storms …
Are hurricanes strengthening more rapidly?
Just having the right water temperature and moisture won’t ensure that storms will undergo rapid intensification or become major …
Hurricanes of the future might have increased potential for catastrophic events
Climate science predicts a definite increase in the frequency of hurricanes, their intensity and duration due to warming of the ocean surfaces