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Amber Valley Borough Council

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… plains throughout the county. Increased flooding events lead to increased disruption to transportation links, wide scale damage to properties and an increase in local water pollution levels. Extreme changes in temperature and weather patterns Changes in natural temperature and weather patterns would lead to changes in biodiversity richness and abundance as tolerance ranges for species

… are exceeded. Changes in temperatures can lead to rapidly changing growing seasons for plants and crops present within Amber Valley, disrupting existing food webs and providing unstable environments for many native species. Migratory species, such as birds and insects, will be impacted by changes in temperatures and weather patterns, leading to earlier migration occurring each year. This may also…

… impact on the annual relocation of non-native species within the UK to favour warming climates. Though Climate Change requires a global response, it is recognised that actions to mitigate and adapt to climate change must be undertaken at a local level. The Committee on Climate Change’s report “Net Zero – the UK’s contribution to stopping global warming”, surmises that Local Authorities…


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