Climate related flooding poses threat to Helsinki

Helsingin Sanomat: According to an Environment Centre report published on Wednesday, floods are the greatest threat to the city of Helsinki posed by the warming climate. The report looks into the effects of climate change on the Finnish capital and maps out ways to adapt to the change. According to the report, floods are caused by extreme weather phenomena, such as storms and heavy rains, and in the long term also by rising sea levels. The most important targets of protection are the city’s building......

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