Will record floods finally shift UK climate debate?

New Scientist: There is a possible silver lining to the disastrous floods swamping the UK - an end to public apathy on climate change The wettest January in the UK in 250 years followed by a stormy February have brought misery to many thousands. Floods have submerged large chunks of the south-west of the country, a key stretch of railway collapsed into the sea, and the river Thames spectacularly burst its banks, deluging towns and villages. As a statement from the UK's weather service, the Met Office, made......

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