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2020 Climate Change Catastrophe Report

2020, without a doubt, was a year of record-breaking and unexpected catastrophic events. In addition to reeling from the health and economic shock of a global pandemic, the U.S. was hit with one natural disaster after the next, marking the sixth straight year with more than 10 weather and climate events surpassing $1 billion in economic losses1. Our front-line workers, critical infrastructure and first responders were put to the test by hurricanes, flooding, tornadoes and wildfires as the world was simultaneously urged to stay home and prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

What does 2020 look like when we put it all together?

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