Search inside documents

Search method
Document type

Search results for "sea levels"

Including the closely related terms sea level, level, and level rise.

1 result

North East Lincolnshire Council

Direct link to action plan (PDF)

… been natural change in the earth’s temperature, but the dramatic increase over a short period of time has now been scientifically proven  to be a result of human activity. The rise in temperature on earth, caused by these emissions, has led to the melting of ice at the earth's poles and global  sea level rise. The impacts on our planet's climate that these emissions are having is also bringing about…

…, it has also led to our area being a high area for emissions causing climate change. The region has the largest cluster of energy-intensive industries in the UK, and with a high proportion of low-lying land our area is vulnerable to flooding from land and sea level rise. 1.2 The latest climate predictions suggest that we have 10 years to prevent the worst effects of climate change from…

… average carbon emissions; this is mainly due to the industrial processes that are based here. We are also  vulnerable to sea level rise and extreme weather at sea, causing high winds and tidal surges. These give us extra reasons to focus our attention on actions  that help with a transition to a low carbon economy, whilst supporting and protecting growth, employment, and wellbeing.     There has always…


This is a new service – your feedback will help us improve it.