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Cardiff Council

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… a partner ship approach, wide scale public buy-in, and changes from “business-as-usual” for everyone. As Greenhouse Gas emissions have increased, Cardiff has experienced all of the key symptoms of man-made climate change, including erratic weather patterns, air pollution, flooding, heatwaves and changes in biodiversity. This has also come with associated economic and social costs as businesses…

… weather events including: Droughts, heat waves, placing increased pressure on health and social care services 17% of species in Wales are already at risk of extinction and we have 165 endangered species in Cardiff alone The failure of buildings, roads, parks and facilities to cope with the emerging climate change syptoms, with consequential increase in repair and maintenance costs…

… A loss of biodiversity as climate change will affect agricultural productivity in regions that are important for food production. with increases in heat and pollution related disease and mortality, and associated care costs Reductions in food availability and higher local food costs, An adverse effect on human health, £ Energy cost increase, unmanaged consumption and lower…

… own local energy using natural, renewable means, increasing our resilience from global risks; We could make Cardiff a Climate Resilient City The green economy has consistently grown at around 5% over the last 10 years. · Ensuring resilience in our natural environment by protecting and enhancing crucial biodiversity, re-connecting citizens to nature city-wide. · Growing and using food…


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