New research links UK floods to climate change

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Nature report concludes the likely cause of floods in autumn 2000 was man-made greenhouse gas emissions

Climate scientists are reluctant to connect any individual flood to man-made climate change on the grounds that the event could have happened regardless of rising average temperatures. But according to...

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