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PBS NEWSHOUR

Climate Change, Hurricane Sandy and How to Cope

  • Aired: 10/29/2013
  • 04:25
  • Rating: NR
Klaus Jacob, a special research scientist with the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, explains how climate change will turn events like Hurricane Sandy into more frequent and more disastrous events."One weather event like Sandy does not make climate change. But it is a symptom with many other events that will show yes there is something going [on] and we call it climate change," Jacob said.
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Klaus Jacob explains how climate change will affect flooding from storms like Sandy.
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