Met Office Climate Dashboard
The climate is a complex system and it is changing fast. It can be hard to keep track of what is going on. The Met Office has put together a dashboard which gathers together the key indicators of climate change.
The indicators are based on earth observations made at surface stations, by ships and buoys at sea, from satellites and by observers and research teams around the world. These earth observing networks are crucial for understanding the changing climate.
Follow this link to discover the Met Office Climate Dashboard
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A number of films were produced on behalf of the MPP by CoastNet as part of the Coastal Change Pathfinder Project. Three films were about coastal governance on the Manhood Peninsula, and four short films explored the coast from a young person’s perspective. The films about coastal governance were developed as a complementary suite of three. They looked at why the... Read More»
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