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Climate crisis could shift hurricanes toward more populated cities

'Hurricanes and cyclones could form and intensify in mid-latitudes this century, putting major population centers like New York, Boston and Beijing at risk.' Image: UNSPLASH/John Middelkoop

Olivia Rosane

Freelance Reporter, Ecowatch

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