Saturday, September 18, 2021
Home Climate411 The Landfall of Category Four Hurricane Ida

The Landfall of Category Four Hurricane Ida

-

Finally, one thing to keep in mind:  our ability to predict the tracks, and to a less extent the intensity of hurricanes, is a potent tool for reducing damage and casualties from tropical storms and hurricanes.
It is why tropical storm deaths are far fewer today than 50-100 years ago, even with many more people on the planet.

- Advertisment -

Related Articles

Nuclear Power: Dangerous Hope to Soften CO2 Pricing

This exchange with a sophisticated nuclear proponent is illustrative of the current debate regarding the future of nuclear power (my thoughts here). I would note...

Power Markets In Crisis

Alarm bells have been ringing in European and UK power markets this month, as electricity prices surge to record levels. Here day-ahead prices are...

AP: “UN: Climate pledges put world on ‘catastrophic pathway’”

Naughty China, India and Saudi Arabia have missed the date for submitting their climate change COP26 homework to the UN.