Hurricane Dorian’s historic destruction in the Bahamas earlier this week is already emerging as the latest example of a disconcerting trend. The storm hit the islands with Category 5 wind speeds and then stalled over land for hours before inching towards the United States. According to some estimates, Dorian may be the slowest-moving Category 5 … Read More
- Post published:Sep. 04 2019
- Post category:Climate Change Brief
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