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Was Hurricane Ida really caused by climate change?

1 September 2021

7:00 AM

1 September 2021

7:00 AM

It’s climate change, innit? No sooner had Hurricane Ida smashed into the coast of Louisiana with winds of around 150 mph than the usual claims began to be made, the ones we get every time a hurricane makes landfall in the US: that it has been caused in part by man-made climate change.

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