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Tackling a new normal of more frequent extreme climate events
Heatwaves, typhoons, hurricanes, flooding, blizzards and so on. The list of extreme weather that struck different parts of the world only this year, causing threats to public safety, transport, energy and health, can be made long. In a commentary in the Straits Times 20 September Professor Benjamin Horton discusses the role of climate change for continued increase in frequency of extreme climate events and how to tackle this future, a role where research in ASE plays an important role.
Read the commentary here.