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Record rain, floods, emergency COBRA meetings – the impact of global warming and climate change on the UK.

Communities across Britain have been hit by flooding in recent […]

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Communities in the desert region were struggling on Thursday to cope with a disaster that knocked out power and cut off roadways. Thunderstorms with torrential rains […]

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19 Dead, 40 missing and 49000 homeless as flood sweeps through town.  Real concern about the spread of dengue fever

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Unusually heavy rain has brought floods to many parts of the UK.  My area near Bristol received 76mm in about 6 hours on Monday *a months worth’.

Many […]

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Food shortages were already a problem due to drought – but then the skies filled with clouds.  River levels hit highest levels since 1920’s leaving 65 dead, 125000 […]

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Flooding in England

On July 14, 2012 By

Flood warnings from the Environment Agency have become as much a part of our summer as the cricket scores (match abandoned due to rain!).

Whilst a previous post […]

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An easy to understand explanation of how the jet stream has caused our very wet weather so far this summer.  It is now further south than normal.

The cause of […]

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Latest data from UNISDR and Munich Re (an re-insurance company which collates data about natural disasters).

I apologise if this is a bit like a twitter feed – […]

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