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Climate change producing extreme storms

New Jersey and New York are still cleaning up after Hurricane Sandy caused unprecedented damage along the shoreline, and most scientists say climate change played a role in the storm's ferocity.

Ivan Semeniuk is the U.S. news editor with Nature magazine.

Click on the link below to hear him speak with Dave about the role climate change played in the creation of Hurricane Sandy, and why it means extreme storms are going to remain part of our lives.

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