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Wyre Council

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… current infrastructure cannot cope with increasing rainfall. Sea level rise Melting ice caps and thermal expansion cause sea levels to rise. This is a particular worry for Wyre, as a coastal borough with low- lying flood plains, a large river estuary and communities living all along the coastline. Wyre is identified as one of ten UK local authorities with the most properties at risk…

… for the worsening effects of climate change. 16 The cost to our community Economic costs The increase of these trends will have huge economic costs particularly for our agricultural sector and properties along the coastline in Wyre. Whilst significant investment will be required to move away from a fossil fuel- based system to low-carbon technologies, inaction on climate change…

…, the impact of losing loved ones, potential damage to our property and uncertainty about the future will also affect our mental health. Who will be most impacted? Climate change does not affect everyone equally and, whilst we may all be in the same storm, we are not all in the same boat. These impacts will particularly affect the most vulnerable residents in our community, including the elderly…


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