5 Things To Know About Hurricanes And Climate Change After The Vice Presidential DebateOctober 12, 2020October 13, 2020Around the Web Marshall Sheppard, on Forbes, clarifies some of the science on hurricanes and climate change after the recent vice-presidential debate. “In summary, the consensus on climate change and hurricanes is that we will likely have fewer of them, but when they occur, they will be stronger (on average). There also may be changes in their forward speed, rainfall production, and latitudinal extent. I encourage the public, media, and policymakers to discuss hurricane – climate change connections properly.” Read the full article here. More Articles Fighting climate change with innovation“A climate plan that prioritizes innovation will leverage the minds of entrepreneurs and innovators who… Don’t Ban Fossil Fuels: Absolutism In Climate Change Policy Is A Vice"The role of climate change policy should be to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the… It’s Not About Climate Change"The much bigger problem is fuel loading—the amount of dead wood and other organic matter… The views and opinions expressed are those of the author’s and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of C3.