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Climate change unlikely to reduce UK's excess winter death rate, study r...
New research published today has found that climate change is unlikely to reduce the UK's excess winter death rate as previously thought.
Climate change has finally returned as a mainstream issue
More than the floods, it is interventions by politicians that have led to a spike in public concern.
Is it time to join the 'preppers'? How to survive the climate-change apo...
The floods and storms that have wreaked havoc across Britain this winter could be just the beginning, and now a growing number of people are
UK storms a result of climate change, say nearly half of poll respondents
Survey for Avaaz suggests support for Ed Miliband's call for action with only 27% denying climate change linked to floods
Techies collaborate to help storm-hit Britain at #FloodHack [LIVE VIDEO]
data_digital_computer_numbers Entrepreneurs and developers are meeting in London to come with up ways to use data to create apps and other s
Bank of England sees short-term hit to UK economy from floods
LONDON (Reuters) - Floods in parts of Britain will affect the short-term outlook for the country's economy but will not have an impact on mo
David Cameron under fire over 'money no object' claim on flooding
PM refuses to say he will halt job losses at Environment Agency or commit new cash for flood defence schemes
Public support swells for increase in flood defence spending
New poll shows strong support for increased spending on flood defences, even if it requires higher taxes or additional spending cuts
Flooding experts say Britain will have to adapt to climate change – and ...
UK won't be able to defend everywhere against flooding and higher sea levels. So what does that mean for Somerset Levels?
United Kingdom : UK retailers sign up for new challenging green goals - ...
The UK retail industry is signing up to a range of ambitious targets for reducing its impact on the environment, having beaten the previous
Climate change is spoken of in hushed tones, but it wasn't always this way
Farming communities still differ widely in their opinions on the environment, despite clear awareness some years ago
Climate change under the spotlight at Durham University
CLIMATE change will be placed under the spotlight in the public lecture by an expert on the subject.
Corporate response to climate change is plateauing says new supply chain...
Companies are no longer hiding their heads in the sand on climate change, but regulatory uncertainty is leading to inaction
Global warming doubles risk of 'extreme El Niños', Exeter researchers warn
The risk of extreme versions of the El Niño weather phenomenon will double over the coming decades due to global warming, new research invol
LISTEN: Ukip Shipping Forecast: 'Rain, Moderate Or Gay'
The claim by (now suspended) Ukip councillor David Silvester that the recent flooding in Britain was caused by gay marriage was met confusio
Britain's homes in race against time with climate change
Britain's housing will not be fit for purpose if it fails to adapt to climate change. Bring on floating homes and green roofs, says Colin Wi