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CCRA Predictions

UK Climate Change Risk Assessment (CCRA) ォ Defra

The Government published the UK Climate Change Risk Assessment (CCRA) on 25 January 2012, the first assessment of its kind for the UK and the first in a 5 year cycle.

All the doom and gloom you could ever want - we are going to drown under a blazing sun unless we follow the Glorious Five Year Plan, I think. I'm guessing because the documents don't want to download this early in the morning. Maybe the civil servant in charge is working from home and is using his broadband to look at the effect of hot wet weather on the clothing needs of young women as they will suffer most from climate change and the institutional inbuilt gender inequality of Britain in the future.

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I found the report at:

http://www.defra.gov.uk/publications/2012/01/26/pb13698-climatechange-riskassessment/

There are many sub-parts that you have to go elsewhere for.

http://www.defra.gov.uk/environment/climate/government/risk-assessment/#evidence

I feel like I have been snowed (possibly with good reason??)

Just out of curiosity, the previous report (see bottom of page at the first URL) was
"Code of Practice on Noise from Ice-Cream Van Chimes Etc. 1982"

From the "sublime to the ridiculous"?

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