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CO2-induced worldwide natural catastrophe spike update: $45 billion in losses in the first half of 2013, well below the 10-year average of $85 billion

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CO2-induced worldwide natural catastrophe spike update: $45 billion in losses in the first half of 2013, well below the 10-year average of $85 billion

http://tomnelson.blogspot.com/2013/07/co2-induced-worldwide-natural.html

Floods top 2013 world disaster bill so far: Munich ReAltogether, natural catastrophes — also including earthquakes, tornados and heat waves — caused $45 billion (35 billion euros) in losses in the first half of 2013, well below the 10-year average of $85 billion….”The central states of the USA have the highest tornado risk in the world,” said Hoeppe. “Altogether, however, the US tornado season has been below average so far: by the end of June, 625 tornadoes had occurred, compared with the longer-term average of 1,075.”

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