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Aberdeen City Council

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… to accelerate in coming decades. For Aberdeen this will mean warmer, wetter winters; hotter, drier summers; a rise in sea level; and less snow, ice and frost.1 This framework sets the direction for adaptation, with priorities, goals and action areas that will help Aberdeen to prepare. • It includes actions to prevent impacts from climate change and where there is likely to be change, to protect people…

…. ► In winter there will be less snow, ice and frost days, although there could still be an extreme snowfall event. ► In summer there will be an increase in temperatures and what we consider a heatwave could occur more frequently. ► There will be a rise in sea level. An assessment of climate risks has been produced as a separate, supporting study and this has helped to inform Aberdeen Adapts…

… the extent of flooding, providing space for flood water and absorbing rainfall through greenspace. The change at our coast With rocky cliffs to the south, an active harbour, with a sandy beach, heading northwards from the River Dee and a dune system after the River Don, the coastline has always been a defining characteristic of Aberdeen and a vital part of the economy. Sea level has been gradually…


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