Can science link extreme weather to climate change?
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Finding a direct link between extreme weather events and broader climate is an evolving science
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FT calculations of 20 Chinese billionaires show that their net worth has dropped by about $80bn since late June, ByteDance, the owner of short-video app TikTok, has revived a plan to go public, and Industry bosses are predicting a worldwide construction “supercycle” set to fuel demand for building materials. Plus, the FT’s climate reporter Camilla Hodgson explains how scientists are trying to link natural disasters to global warming.
Tech crackdown erases $80bn from the wealth of China’s top tycoons
China’s ByteDance aims for Hong Kong IPO despite tech crackdown
Construction ‘supercycle’ predicted on wave of government spending
Fires and floods: can science link extreme weather to climate change?
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