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Cardiff Council

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… the consequences of 1°C of global warming in Wales through rising sea levels, more extreme weather and flooding, and the warmest winter on record in Wales in 2019. The 2020 UK State of the Climate Report prepared by the Met office set out that in the space of 30 years, the UK has become 0.9°C warmer and 6% wetter with 2020 being the third warmest, fifth wettest and eighth sunniest on record—no other year…

… zero poverty’ principle as we recover from the pandemic. It often takes a massive high-impact event to change attitudes to the climate – so let’s hope what’s been happening recently with extreme weather will raise the will to tackle the problem Liz Bentley, head of the Royal Meteorological Society July 2021 Beyond Decarbonisation It’s essential we mitigate the impact of Climate Change…

…... Cardiff Bus Cardiff Bus X44 X48 C56 C55 3 9 QUEEN ST. Transport One Planet IF WE ACT NOW but there’s potential to achieve economic and climate change goals with a host of co-benefits. IF WE DO NOTHING +5.5°F MORE ILLNESSES MORE HOSPITALISATIONS AND DEATHS Rising sea levels - with Cardiff already known to be at risk WE’LL WITNESS... Increased frequency and intensity of extreme

weather events including: Droughts, heat waves, placing increased pressure on health and social care services 17% of species in Wales are already at risk of extinction and we have 165 endangered species in Cardiff alone The failure of buildings, roads, parks and facilities to cope with the emerging climate change syptoms, with consequential increase in repair and maintenance costs…


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