Climate change creates maddening ‘weather whiplash’

Discovery: The term "weather whiplash" is being invoked to describe the drought-flood cycles beginning to take over the Mississippi and Missouri rivers. The cause of the maddening weather extremes and their huge and varied consequences is none other than climate change, according to a new report by the climate science communication organization Climate Nexus, and backed by climate researchers. "In some parts of the world, including the 1.2 million square miles comprising the Mississippi River Basin, climate......

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