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The findings, which examined 30 weather events in total, linked man-made climate change to incidents like "sunny day" flooding in Florida, Alaskan wildfires, heavy rains in China and drought in Ethiopia.
Notably, the report includes the first direct scientific link between human-caused climate change and the record high intensity of west North Pacific typhoons.
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