Hard News Writing - Climate Change Communications & Media Essay (Other (Not Listed) Sample)
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Hard News Writing - Climate change
The conditions that favor the development of extreme weather patterns including hurricanes have been linked to the direct effects of climate change, and scientists are using satellite images to better understand climate changes.
Satellites are useful to measure the sea level changes and different characteristics of the ocean surface, and the rapid intensification of hurricanes. The link between these processes and climate change has been investigated to evaluate climate extremes.
(Context of “ocean environment” and “climate changes”)
“A typhoon in 2002, affected by climate changes, caused $700 million damages and destroyed 1,300 homes in Guam, according to a 2016 report by United States Environmental
Protection Agency” (EPA 2)
(The cost of climate change and hurricane on Guam)
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