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Worcestershire County Council

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… members of the community, such as the elderly, and on the environment, with particular stress on water supply, tree and wildlife survival and agriculture. It is important, in parallel to this carbon reduction plan, that the council addresses the risk climate change poses to council assets, services and the wider county. UK Government has established the National Climate Change Adaptation…

… Programme. The corresponding UK Climate Change Risk Assessment identifies six priority risk areas: flooding, high temperatures, water supply shortages, natural capital, food production, and pests and diseases. The ability of WCC to achieve net zero carbon emissions will be influenced by: „ Technological development for example, the complete decarbonisation of the UK’s grid electricity…

…, such as the elderly. It will impact on road maintenance, (melting tarmac, storm damage), and on the wider environment, with particular stress on our water supply, tree and wildlife survival and agriculture. UK Government has established the National Climate Change Adaptation Programme. The corresponding UK Climate Change Risk Assessment identifies six priority risk areas: flooding, high temperatures, water

supply shortages, natural capital, food production, and pest and disease. In terms of preparing the county for the impact of climate change, the council’s work includes the following: „ It is the lead Local Flood Authority with a duty to manage flood risk from surface water, groundwater and ordinary watercourses across the county; „ It coordinates Worcestershire’s Local Nature Partnership…

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