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West Oxfordshire District Council

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…- benefits. A simple example is when improvements to natural ecosystems and wildlife go on to improve the soil and the habitat’s capacity for carbon sequestration, which in turn helps us to mitigate climate change. These same improvements to nature also help to improve local air quality and with it the general health and wellbeing of nearby communities. Understanding the linkages between…

… of increasing carbon storage in soils and plants and developing long-term carbon sequestration is a way of reducing the effects of climate change. Adaptation is the act of developing new approaches and strategies to reduce and manage the negative effects of climate change. For example: reducing the impacts of flood risk from sea level rise by constructing seawalls as flood defence. Principles…


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