Decline in Deaths from Extreme Weather, 1900–2010

A common argument from climate alarmists is that climate change has led to an increase in the frequency and intensity of storms; floods; and droughts. In fact, the converse would appear to be true.

Golanky (2011) found that the aggregate mortality attributed to all extreme weather events globally has declined by more than 90% since the 1920s, in spite of a four-fold rise in population and much more complete reporting of such events.

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