Louis Sahagún of The Los Angeles Times reports on California’s recent storms.
- While some media pundits and public officials were quick to link California’s recent storms to climate change, climate scientists have yet to see the connection.
- Since at least the 1800s, California has had at least one major storm per decade.
- And while the recent storms were not likely caused by climate change, scientists think that more intense storms may happen in the future due to global warming.
- Policymakers can protect citizens by investing in climate resiliency efforts and infrastructure.
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