The $9.7 Trillion Problem: Cyclones and Climate Change
Tropical Cyclones could cost the global economy $9.7 over the next century, especially if climate projections of fewer but more intense cyclones are accurate. In comparison to those losses, the cost of action to reduce emissions and beef up coastal preparedness is relatively cheap say researchers...
typhoons — depending on the ocean basin in which they form — leave lasting impacts on the economies of the countries they hit. In the case of major events, such as 1-in-100 year storm like Hurricane Ivan in 2004, the impacts were worse and longer-lasting than a full-blown financial crisis
Jul 28, 2016 | Weather Wunderground
Is a Category 6 Hurricane Possible?
Jul 7, 2016 | International Research Institute for Climate and Society
International Research Institute for Climate and Society
| Nature Communications
Rapid intensification and the bimodal distribution of tropical cyclone intensity
Chia-Ying Lee, Michael K. Tippett, Adam H. Sobel and Suzana J. Camargo
| National Bureau of Economic Research
The Casual Effect Of Environmental Catastrophe On Long-run economic Growth
Solomon M. Hsiang, Amir S. Jina