England becoming increasingly vulnerable to climate change

Adaptation experts are concerned that measures to shore up resilience to floods and heatwaves and combat deteriorating soils and habitats are failing

Flooding is one area where England is vulnerable to climate change (photograph: Lucie Lang/123RF)Further action must be taken on natural capital and flooding to tackle England’s increasing vulnerability to climate change.

In a report, the adaptation sub-committee (ASC) to the government’s advisory Committee on Climate Change sets out analysis and recommendations on England’s preparedness for climate change.1

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