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Tag Archives: University of Exeter
Researchers point the way to managing climate change risks
The consequences of climate change are many and varied. However, most of them bring considerable risk to communities and ecosystems. Up until now climate scientists across the globe have largely focussed attention on those events most likely to happen, such … Continue reading
Met Office climate projections helping to inform the future of Great Britain’s farming
Climate change is happening now. And increasingly it will affect every individual and every sector. Understanding the extent of climate change across the UK – helping to inform local communities to stay safe and thrive – is a key driver … Continue reading
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Media coverage on ‘wet summers for a decade’
There has been a lot of media coverage today following a science workshop held at the Met Office HQ in Exeter yesterday. Most of the articles go some way to capturing the science as it was delivered in the press … Continue reading