The 2020 Atlantic hurricane season was one of the most active on record, according to the US National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration.
There were a record-breaking 30 named storms, 12 of which made landfall in the continental United States.
It was the fifth consecutive year of above-normal Atlantic hurricane activity. But is this a result of global warming?
BBC World Service’s Climate Question podcast spoke to Renato Redentor Constantino, director of the Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities.
Click here to access the full podcast: The Climate Question: How to Hurricane-Proof our World?
Video produced by Trystan Young.
Source: BBC News, 2020 (www.bbc.co.uk)