Hurricanes could be up to five times more likely in the Caribbean if tougher targets are missed 

Global warming is dramatically increasing the risk of extreme hurricanes in the Caribbean, but meeting more ambitious climate change goals could up to halve the likelihood of such disasters in the region, according to new research.

Source: Hurricanes could be up to five times more likely in the Caribbean if tougher targets are missed — ScienceDaily

Climate Change Won’t Stop for the Coronavirus Pandemic 

Two and a half years ago Hurricane Maria ripped open homes across the southern Puerto Rican city of Ponce, destroying the rickety electrical grid and sending thousands of people into shelters or onto the streets. People were still rebuilding when, in January, a devastating earthquake jolted the island’s southern coast. Afraid of collapsing walls and showering concrete, people moved back outdoors, where they still spend cool, wet nights under blue tarps strung to poles and tied to cars packed with coolers and lawn chairs.

Source: Climate Change Won’t Stop for the Coronavirus Pandemic | Portside