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North Devon Council

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…; in 2019 the Global Mean Sea Level was at the highest ever measured6. As sea levels rise, low lying and coastal areas will be at particular risk. The Local Planning Authorities for Northern Devon, North Devon & Torridge District Councils, have identified the need for formal designation of Coastal Change Management Areas in the developing revised Local Plan in recognition of the impacts…

… 5 Agency, the Marine Management Organisation and the University of Plymouth. This research uses the latest projections for sea level change, and particularly establishes the extent of potential flood risk…

… temperature trend – cooler years are blue, warmer years are red. Climate change is having a range of impacts and the term ‘global warming’ does not adequately express the effects. It is causing more extreme storms, droughts, heat waves, melting ice, ocean acidification and rising sea levels. Our coastal communities and habitats are at particular risk from the acceleration in rising sea levels


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