Scientists Point To Climate Change As Main Driver Of Intensifying Hurricanes

Scientists point to climate change as main driver of intensifying hurricanes

NBC News published this video item, entitled “Scientists Point To Climate Change As Main Driver Of Intensifying Hurricanes” – below is their description.

NBC’s Hallie Jackson looks back at Florida’s history of strong and dangerous storm, and explains why scientists believe that the storms seem to be getting more intense due to climate change.

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