Why are those weather events once considered 'once-in-a-lifetime' happening much more frequently? And what does this tell us about our changing climate? Inspired by articles like "Why Are Extreme 'One-In-A-Lifetime' Weather Events Becoming More Frequent?" and "Rare and Severe Weather Events Are Now More Common Thanks to Climate Change", we explore these alarming questions, delving into the hard-hitting realities of our time.
In this video, we break down complex scientific data into an easy-to-understand format, guiding you through the key research that links climate change to the uptick in extreme weather events. We'll walk through real-life examples from recent years, showing how storms, floods, heatwaves, and wildfires are leaving a trail of destruction that's impossible to ignore.