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Climate change: Rising sea levels threaten 200,000 England properties

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Nearly 200,000 properties in England may have to be abandoned due to rising sea levels by 2050, a report says. About a third of England's coast will be put under pressure by sea level rise, the report says. South West, North West and East Anglia among parts of England with highest number of properties at risk of flooding.
2 months ago·London, United Kingdom

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BBC News

Climate change: Rising sea levels threaten 200,000 England properties

A report indicates that lots of houses in England could be lost to flooding in the coming decades.

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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The Guardian

Sea level rise in England ‘will put 200,000 homes at risk by 2050’

Due to the climate crisis, within 30 years these coastal properties will be potentially unsalvageable, researchers say

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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The Independent

Nearly 200,000 homes set to be lost to rising sea levels within 30 years, study warns

‘Significant’ sea level rise now inevitable and impossible to protect every home, experts warn

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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The Telegraph

Nearly 200,000 coastal homes could be lost to the sea in 30 years - is yours predicted to be one of them?

New study reveals that nearly five times the number of homes are at risk of being lost by 2050 than previously thought

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Sky News

Revealed: How many homes and businesses in England could be lost to rising seas by the 2050s

The analysis identified up to 1,900km of shoreline - 30% of England's coast - where authorities currently plan to "hold the line" of existing flood defences.

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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The Times

Rising sea levels threaten 200,000 UK homes

Nearly 200,000 homes in England are in areas that will be threatened by rising seas by the 2050s, a report says. The number is about five times higher than that

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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