Without humans, the future would hold half as many heat waves, new University of Miami research shows. The West Coast could start seeing heat waves — the deadliest type of extreme weather — largely because of climate change as soon as 2027.
Without humans, the future would hold half as many heat waves, new University of Miami research shows. The West Coast could start seeing heat waves — the deadliest type of extreme weather — largely because of climate change as soon as 2027. Dan Pelle AP File
Without humans, the future would hold half as many heat waves, new University of Miami research shows. The West Coast could start seeing heat waves — the deadliest type of extreme weather — largely because of climate change as soon as 2027. Dan Pelle AP File

The future holds twice as many heat waves — all because of us, research shows

March 19, 2018 01:07 PM