'We urgently need to prepare': Green figures react to the CCC's climate risk warning

Michael Holder
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The UK must step up action to adapt to climate threats, experts warn | Credit: iStock
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The UK must step up action to adapt to climate threats, experts warn | Credit: iStock

All the top reaction from leading figures across business, politics, academia, think tanks and green groups to the CCC's latest assessment of the UK's preparedness for climate change

Heatwaves, floods, storms, coastal erosion, landslides and even wildfires are set to hit many parts of the UK with increasing severity and frequency over the next 30 years, and the UK is woefully underprepared....

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