Severe weather is not a new phenomenon. The U.S. has a long history of dealing with extreme weather events such as hurricanes, tornados, and floods. However, as our climate changes, our tropical system changes with it, intensifying the impacts of hurricanes and other severe weather events. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) states there has been an increase in the proportion of hurricanes which reach Category 4 or 5 and an increase in rapidly intensifying hurricanes since the 1980s. As our tropical systems are impacted by climate change, businesses and organizations need to change their emergency response plans accordingly.…
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