Climate Change

This map shows the human influence on extreme weather

Climate change is causing certain weather events to occur or to become more severe. Image: REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

Rob Smith

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Orange markers denote human influence on extreme weather Image: Carbon Brief
2015 had the most recorded extreme weather events. Image: Carbon Brief
Rising temperatures make certain weather events more likely to occur. Image: Carbon Brief
Climate change makes heat and drought more severe or more likely to occur. Image: Carbon Brief

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