National Trust calls on UK government to improve climate resilience

‘Urgent and unswerving attention’ required to deal with rising temperatures and extreme weather

The National Trust has called on the UK government to introduce legislation that recognises the importance of adapting buildings, coastlines and countryside to make sure they can cope with the effects of the climate emergency.

It is arguing a new “Climate Resilience Act” should set targets on preparing for the risk posed by rising temperatures and extreme weather, saying “urgent and unswerving attention” on the issue is needed.

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