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Flood risk is expected to intensify across England as climate change worsens in the coming decades
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Flood risk is expected to intensify across England as climate change worsens in the coming decades

Support for community groups, insurance, property risk training, and climate resilient infrastructure among measures in new strategy

Community flood groups, property resilience training, insurance support, and the development of long term regional plans to combat and adapt to the growing threats caused by devastating floods have been...

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