Cutting carbon emissions stops ‘loading the weather dice against us’

Hurricanes are getting stronger and will continue to do so as long as coal, gas, and oil are burned for energy -- the goal is to become carbon neutral or even carbon negative.

People are being forced to adapt to the extreme weather battering North America — from fires in the Southwest U.S., to Hurricane Beryl in the Caribbean, to extreme heat all around. Climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe explains what people can do to address climate change, and what we can expect of severe weather in the future.

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