Hurricane Strength has Little to do with Global Warming

“New peer-reviewed research published in Nature Geoscience concludes that hurricane strength has little to do with global warming.”

Research by hurricane scientists may force the UN’s climate panel to reconsider its claims that greenhouse gas emissions have caused an increase in the number of tropical storms.


However, the latest research, just published in Nature Geoscience, paints a very different picture.

It suggests that the rise in hurricane frequency since 1995 was just part of a natural cycle, and that several similar previous increases have been recorded, each followed by a decline.


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