Western North American extreme heat virtually impossible without human-caused climate change - Conservation News

High Temps are rising

During the last days of June 2021, Pacific northwest areas of the U.S. and Canada experienced temperatures never previously observed, with records broken in many places by several degrees Celsius.

Has the weather gets worse and research proving the human causes of climate change pile up, the damage piles up as well.

An entire town in Canada was destroyed by wild fires.

"..new all-time Canadian temperature record of 49.6ºC in the village of Lytton. Shortly after setting the record, Lytton was largely destroyed in a wildfire"

Sudden heat related deaths are up. Not a surprise during record breaking heat waves in regions where snow and jackets are what usually come to the mind of outsiders.

"Using published peer-reviewed methods, we analysed how human-induced climate change affected the maximum temperatures in the region where most people have been affected by the heat (45–52 ºN, 119–123 ºW) including the cities of Seattle, Portland, and Vancouver (with well over 9 million people in their combined metropolitan areas)."

You can debate what sort of actions can be taken to slow or stop climate change and its damage but you can not debate the causes and how it is causing said damage.

Pull your heads out of the sand if you are still a science denier. Thanks.

Read the research and the findings from World Weather Attribution : https://www.worldweatherattribution.org/western-north-american-extreme-heat-virtually-impossible-without-human-caused-climate-change/



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