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South Tyneside Council

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… with the impacts of global warming being more severe than previously understood: Sea level rises are accelerating Oceans are warming Ecosystems are becoming more vulnerable Ice caps are melting Extreme weather events are increasing To limit the global temperature rise to the necessary 1.5°C by the end of the century will require a reduction in emissions of 45% from 2010 levels…

… be taken to maintain a 1.5°C rise only. Effects of a 1.5°C rise Lower risk of species loss 10 million people fewer are expected to be exposed to sea level risk Lower risk of extreme climatic changes 1 in 100 summers in the Arctic likely to be free of sea ice…

… life. Humans, animals and eco-systems face new challenges for survival due to the effects of climate change. More frequent and intense droughts, storms, heat waves, rising sea levels, melting glaciers and warming oceans will have a direct impact on the places we live, impacting on livelihoods and communities. As climate change worsens, dangerous weather events…


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