Climate Change Does Cause Extreme Weather

Last Updated 10.19.22

Whatever extreme weather you are experiencing now, climate change and global warming is the likely underlying cause.

Extreme weather events including: heatwaves, droughts, wildfires, hurricanes, flooding, rain bombs, wind storms (Derechos), dust storms, wildfire smoke events, unseasonable cold spells, and abnormal unseasonal weather are being caused by or made worse in frequency, severity, or scale by climate change.

You can take action to protect yourself and recover your loss and damages from those most responsible in the links just below! 



Learn how to better protect yourself & your family, and avoid extreme weather event damage and losses

The most important thing you can depend upon most government officials avoid telling you is that because of climate change; settled climate science predicts extreme weather events will become more severe, more frequent, and cover larger and larger areas. Worse yet, these extreme weather events are predicted to increase radically beyond their current level between 2025-2031.

1. Learn how to protect yourself and your family from extreme weather and climate change. See our free: 

Climate Change Disaster Preparation, Adaptation, Recovery and Migration Guidebook

2. What are the most important facts everyone should know about extreme weather events and climate change.

3. The 20 Worst Climate Change and Global Warming Consequences

4. What are the Other Primary and Secondary Consequences of Climate Change?

5. What are the most dangerous things people do not understand about the climate change emergency?

6. Get Our Free Climate Change and Global Warming Blog so you can stay up-to-date on the latest climate research. 


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