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Worcestershire County Council

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…, and crisis after crisis for the most vulnerable people and societies.” (Source: IPCC, 2018: Global Warming of 1.5°C.) Worcestershire County Council - Net Zero Carbon Plan 6 A global temperature increase of 1°C since the preindustrial era has already occurred, (1.1°C West Midlands), with observed increase in extreme weather. The world is currently on course for 3 to 4°C increase by the end…

… are reduced, carbon emissions remain in the atmosphere for many years. Climate scientists predict that, even when emissions reduce to net zero, a certain amount of the observed warming of our climate will continue, with increasing incidence of extreme weather, such as severe flooding and heat waves and increased pressure on our natural resources, such as water and biodiversity. Climate change…

… with intense rainfall and hotter summers; „ WCC project managers must complete a Joint Impact Assessment for new county council projects that includes consideration of the impact of severe weather and climatic change. Worcestershire County Council - Net Zero Carbon Plan 26…


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