Even in dreary England, the climate change heat is on
Plus, how Covid slowed pollution, but did zilch to halt climate change
. . . . Oh, the irony. Britain, famed for its dull, dreary and temperate weather, is set to join the fatal-heat club. According to a report from the nation’s Climate Change Committee, heat-related deaths, now at about 2,000 a year, could more than triple in the U.K. by 2050 if global warming is not halted. The predictions come after…
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