There's a report out that indicates the number of natural disasters has doubled since the year 2000, mostly due to an increase in climate-change related disasters.
As my title indicates, they aren't all climate-change related. Catastrophic tsunamis are not climate-change related. Neither are big, building-flattening earthquakes. (Of course, those two are related by geology.) Avalanches happen every year when it snows heavily. But more avalanches might be climate change-related.
In fact, other than earthquakes and the tsunamis that love them, it's hard to think of any other kind of natural disaster that doesn't have a climate component.
Now, there are some astonishingly adamant climate change skeptics/deniers out there who can deny anything is climate-related, but they are way off base, i.e., they are wrong.
From the article, there were 7,348 natural disasters between 2000-2019. 6,681 of these were 'climatic' disasters. That's 91%.
Some people say climate change is primarily a "benign" process. Won't bother humans much.
They're wrong too.