United Kingdom: Global warming, carbon emissions linked to increasingly torrential downpours

Canadian Press: When torrential rains swept away an entire shopping complex in the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean region of Quebec in 1996, the provincial government called the disaster "an act of God." And it was Mother Nature who bore the brunt of southern Ontarians' fury when damage costs soared to $500 million after severe thunderstorms on a single day in August 2005 washed out roads, golf courses and homes. But a new study by Environment Canada scientists suggests we may have only ourselves to blame. The......

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