Happening near you In the United Kingdom, EDF, the Met Office (the British weather service) and the University of Exeter operate a climate change website. Users tackle the issue by first clicking on an interactive map that demonstrates the direct and real impacts of climate change on their region.
13 entry points Climate change is too often presented in either overly simplified or complex ways – and too impersonally. Here, 13 entry points indicate the pathway to follow. Visitors can click on a specific item depending on their interests or concerns. It is a way of visualising simultaneously and at a glance the extent of the consequences of climate change on health, forests, agriculture, the economy and even on water, and of learning more about each of these aspects.
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By publishing and sharing climate change knowledge and news, “Climate & Us”
is a way for people to understand the issues at stake and what action they can take as citizens or local elected officials. By helping circulate information, everyone can help bring about change today and take the right decisions for tomorrow.