UK government publishes third climate change risk assessment
The UK government published its third climate change risk assessment yesterday, which highlights the multiple threats that higher temperatures pose to society and the economy.The five-year assessment, delivered under the Climate Change Act 2008, is based on evidence and advice published by the Climate Change Committee (CCC) last year. Risks to soil health from increased fl
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