More evidence of climate change impacts to historic sites from Britain's Climate Coalition

February 7, 2017

A new report produced by researchers at Leeds University and a group of 130 organizations called the "Climate Coalition" documents the increasing negative impacts of climate change on heritage sites in Britain. One of the findings is the drastic increase in the rate of erosion of the famed White Cliffs. 

 

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Floods and erosion are ruining Britain's most significant sites 

By Damian Carrington 

The Guardian 

February 7, 2017

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