The idea that climate change can cause earthquakes, volcanic eruptions or tsunamis seems, at first sight, to be outlandish. How can we confirm that the thin layer of gas that envelops our planet has an effect on the huge processes that take place deep beneath the Earth’s crust?
This year’s El Niño pattern is likely the most powerful on record and affects, like never before, weather around the world. This anomaly pushes cyclones out of their usual paths, changes the level of the sea in local areas and moves areas of precipitation and drought.
The year 2015 has seen extremely violent climactic and geological phenomena – earthquakes in Nepal, extreme drought in California, Cyclone Pam in Vanuatu, a heatwave in Europe, the eruption of the Calbuco volcano in Chile and of Bardarbunga in Iceland. –
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