Pennsylvania State University associate professor of environmental ethics Donald A. Brown has posted an essay on the Penn State server in which he claims, “ethics requires acknowledging the links between tornadoes and climate change despite scientific uncertainties about increased frequency and intensity of tornadoes in a warming world.”
Brown acknowledges, “This is not to say, however, that the intensity and frequency of tornadoes will surely increase in the years ahead.”
Moreover, “it is not clear that climate change will be responsible for more tornado caused damages.”
Nevertheless, according to Brown, ethics “requires” broadcast meteorologists and weathermen “acknowledging the links between tornadoes and climate change.”
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