By Adam Vaughan
Hurricane Ida, which reached wind speeds of 240 kilometres per hour, killed at least one person and left more than a million people without power, was almost certainly made worse because of climate change, say scientists.
The category 4 storm intensified rapidly over the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico before making landfall in Louisiana on Sunday, 16 years to the day that Hurricane Katrina – a category 3 …
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