Sometimes as we go about our daily lives, climate change can seem abstract, and not something we think we are experiencing on a daily basis. However, our planet is rapidly being altered and the physical signs of this shift can't be ignored. These photos reveal how the world has already been impacted and what kind of changes we can expect in the future if we continue with our carbon-intense ways.
In 2007, NASA scientists
predicted that global warming would cause an increase in violent storms. Their conclusion was based on a climate model study. Some scientists believe that the severity of the hurricanes seen over the last few years has been caused by warming waters in the Atlantic. This damage was caused by Hurricane Ida, a late-season storm that hit El Salvador in 2009.
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