World's energy systems vulnerable to climate impacts, report warns

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Generators from nuclear reactors to coal-fired power plants will feel the brunt of the weather changes

Rising sea levels, extremes of weather and an increase in the frequency of droughts and floods will all play havoc with the world's energy systems as climate change takes hold, a new report has found....

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