After America’s summer of extreme weather, ‘next year may well be worse’

A freakish season of record temperatures, wildfire smoke and the destruction of Lahaina could soon become normal, climate experts say It’s been a strange, cruel summer in the United States. From the dystopian orange skies above New York to the deadly immolation of a historic coastal town in Hawaii, the waning summer has been a stark demonstration of the escalating climate crisis – with experts warning that worse is to come.

A relentless barrage of extreme weather events, fueled by human-caused global heating, has swept the North American continent this summer, routinely placing a third of the US population under […]

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