Government advisor flags 'little progress' in planning for global warming impacts

National policy has made "little progress" in preparing for and addressing the risk from global warming in key areas such as managing surface water flooding, while the planning system does not give enough support to sustainable urban drainage systems (SuDS), a report by the government's advisory body on climate change has warned.

by Michael Donnelly
Flooding: growing risk as global temperature rise
Flooding: growing risk as global temperature rise

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