This report into Brighton & Hove climate risk and vulnerability   outlines the risks of higher temperatures, increased flooding and rising sea levels might have on different areas in Brighton & Hove.

Schools are already doing plenty of action to address this, such as planting trees for shade, increasing biodiversity and looking at raingardens (or Sustainable Drainage Schemes – SuDS) to slow the flow of rainwater.

There’s some useful guidance from City of London about how schools can adapt to climate change – we’ll be sharing more information on  climate adaptation specific to Brighton & Hove schools shortly.


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