|Climate disaster declarations, 2011-2021
|FEMA and HUD total cost ($)
|Cost per capita, 2011-2021 ($)
CLUE: Weather events are relabeled as 'climate disasters' and hyped up to boost global warming hysteria. Katrina is the model. Anybody who identifies a specific weather event as evidence of global warming is a fraud.
The Number of Weather Disasters that Hit Hawaii in the Last Decade
by Samuel Stebbins, 24/7 Wall St. via The Center Square
Nine out of 10 U.S. counties suffered a federally-declared climate disaster between 2011 and 2021, according to a recent report. Disasters such as flooding, wildfires, hurricanes, winter storms, or other extreme weather events affected nearly every part of the country.
This means most U.S. residents are potentially in the path of natural disasters, which are increasing in both frequency and severity.
According to data compiled in the Atlas of Disaster report published by Rebuild by Design, there were 10 climate disaster declarations in Hawaii from 2011 to 2021.
Over that period, the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the Department of Housing and Urban Development spent a reported $325 million in post-disaster relief, the 24th lowest amount of all 50 states. Adjusting for population, FEMA and HUD spending in the state totaled about $229 per resident.
All data in this story is from the Atlas of Disaster report published by Rebuild by Design, a nonprofit that helps communities struck by natural disasters.