Video live stream from mainstream media is now dominated listing of Hurricane Ian at YouTube. Yesterday afternoon, Thursday – 29 September 2022, Hurricane ‘Ian’ crashed into Florida’s west coast in a form of combination of tide seawater and wind catastrophic at 150 mph.
It is forecasted in next several days the storm will leave Florida on its way to Atlantic, before turning northwest and hitting Georgia and the Carolinas as tropical storm. It means Hurricane ‘Ian’ will enlarge its damage and impact to all aspect of humanity, environment and economic.
In a video from Florida, the footage shows how water lashed out neighborhood, destroying homes, turning out streets into rivers and leaving out 2.5 million residents suffer without electricity.
This tragedy has become repeat occasions and is seriously taken into account now. In fact, Ian has caused a nationwide blackout in Cuba before moving on to Florida. It is just about a week after Hurricane Fiona who swept out Guadeloupe, Caribbean Sea and Puerto Rico.
The call from high level senior executives who are concerned with this disastrous climate change impact including Antonio Gutteres-UN Secretary General and Al Gore to all political leaders has been made. However, compliance in respecting is still far from expected, specially in economic domain to shift utilization of fossil fuels to renewable energy.
Covering Climate Now hosted the latest in our Talking Shop webinar series on Wednesday, 28 September 2022 to help journalists think through how to make clear to audiences on the connection between electoral choices and climate outcomes. – full narrative is at https://mailchi.mp/coveringclimatenow/us-supreme-court-v-climate-action-and-the-stories-that-will-follow-15933313?e=e27c16261a