Climate Change Research Study requested by NOAA
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has released a recent study that shows extreme weather events are likely connected to man-made climate change. For the first time, this study has concluded in a groundbreaking report which collectively looked at 50 years of weather data in Texas and concluded that man-made warming had to be a factor. What the study found was increasing evidence that there is a link between extreme weather events and is tied to man-made climate change; recent floods, droughts and heatwaves, all created by human-induced climate change.
Tom Karl, head of NOAA’s climate office said: “What we’re seeing, not only in Texas but in other phenomena in other parts of the world, where we can’t explain these events by natural variability alone. They’re just too rare, too uncommon.”
Scientists have marked a major step forward in climate research.