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"In the Caribbean, one of the biggest dangers — and it's frequently overlooked — is the effect of a hurricane on the economy," Ashe said. "One hurricane can set back a country's economy by decades. And if a scientist predicts that these are going to be more frequent, you can imagine the alarm bells that are ringing down there in terms of climate change."ROBINSON: Skeptics' view is wishful thinking | The Leaf Chronicle -- Clarksville, Tenn., and Fort Campbell | theleafchronicle.com
According to the IPCC, there is only a 1-in-20 chance that human activity is not causing dangerous warming.