Billions needed to protect Glasgow from climate effects, report says

Billions needed to protect Glasgow from climate effects, report says

Study says 2m in Clyde area – due to host Cop26 – face severe disruption without urgent investment

Nearly 2 million people living in the greater Glasgow area face severe disruption from climate heating unless billions of pounds are invested in protecting homes, businesses and transport links, a report says.

A study on the impacts of climate change on the Clyde area estimates about 140,000 of its poorest residents will be the worst affected by increased heatwaves, flash floods and droughts, as they are the least equipped to cope.

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