Cuba: a tale of two hurricanes
As Hurricane Ian was causing devastation in the province of Pinar del Río, over 37,000 accounts on Twitter replicated the hashtag #CubaPaLaCalle (Cuba to the streets) calling for mass protests. However, less than 2% of the users who participated in this virtual mobilization were in Cuba
Hurricane Ida wreaks havoc in the United States
The fall of Ida on the 16th anniversary of hurricane Katrina, brought back memories of the devastating storm and the irreversible damage it caused to the city and its residents.
Climate change is causing hurricanes to stay strong for longer, move further inland
Due to warming oceans, a hurricane will move further inland after making landfall and stay strong for a longer time, thus causing more destruction, a recent paper in Nature says