For many people, dealing with natural disasters is no longer a once in a lifetime event.
The extreme weather is becoming more and more frequent. And with climate change, this trend is expected to continue as the planet keeps getting warmer.
CGTN’s Sean Callebs has more.
To discuss all of this:
- Jennifer Turner is the director of the China Environment Forum at the Wilson Center.
- John Englander is an oceanographer and expert on sea level rise.
- Myron Ebell is the director of the Center for Energy and Environment at the Competitive Enterprise Institute.
- Wael Hmaidan is the executive director of the Climate Action Network International.
— World Economic Forum (@wef) August 10, 2018
Heavy rain turns a trickle into a waterfall in New York as unusually extreme weather continues to batter the state.
— Sky News (@SkyNews) August 15, 2018
This month we've seen unprecedented extreme weather around the world. A destroyed planet doesn’t have to be our destiny. #RiseForClimate on Sept 8.
— AMAZON WATCH (@AmazonWatch) August 14, 2018