Other natural disasters, such as hurricanes, are being made more frequent because of air pollution and climatic changes. The air pollution causes climatic changes which travels to the Atlantic through the wind. Once the bad air is over the ocean, it causes hurricanes and stormy weather to form.
According to Earth Times, “These [natural disasters] occur with the minimum amount of warning and include earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and tsunamis. They are difficult to predict and impossible to stop. All that can be done is to take appropriate action to limit damage and loss of life after they occur.” Also, Livescience stated, “The ‘dirty pollution’, it seems, can cause changes in the temperature of the Atlantic Ocean, which in turn drives the stormy activity.” These quotes prove that many natural disasters are caused by tectonic plate movement and air pollution/climate change.