Read here. Despite the world's lemming elites pushing the hysteria about global warming caused disaster losses, a peer-reviewed researcher examines the evidence and, without hesitation, concludes the elites are wrong. Surprised?
"The analysis of twenty-two disaster loss studies shows that economic losses from various weather related natural hazards, such as storms, tropical cyclones, floods, and small-scale weather events such as wildfires and hailstorms, have increased around the globe. The studies show no trends in losses, corrected for changes (increases) in population and capital at risk, that could be attributed to anthropogenic climate change. Therefore it can be concluded that anthropogenic climate change so far has not had a significant impact on losses from natural disasters."
[Note: Giant German insurance company Munich Re, which has a primary business line of selling disaster insurance, just came out with a marketing press release that scientists are labeling false in its claims about climate change caused disaster. Maybe the MR PR/marketing people need to educate themselves on the facts.]