Climate change news: weekly round up 9th July

The UK heatwave was the big story last week. The country saw Britain’s longest heatwave in five years. Vehicles and people sank into melted tarmac.

The death of Ella Kissi-Debrah is thought to be the first directly linked to illegal levels of air pollution.

Greenhouse gas emissions have risen significantly in the past couple of years in Wales; carbon emissions in West Suffolk are 55% higher than average. 

At least 100 people have died after flooding in Japan. Refugees in Rohingya are in danger from landslides as monsoon season approaches.

Campaigners in Marseille are challenging pollution from cruise ships.

The UN has released a report showing worrying levels of over fishing.

BUT…

Projects in India are underway which make innovative use of discarded plastic.

460 acres of land in the Peak District will be made into a wildflower site.

 

ACTION!!

SCGP are undertaking a project this summer to monitor local levels of pollution.
Get in touch if you’d like to know more.

If you’re going on holiday, take a staycation and explore beautiful Suffolk.

Ditch the plastic, and take advantage of the water refill points in Woodbridge.