A major new research article by Ian Rotherham in the March 2019 issue of Environmental Scientist, describing the management practices which have led to the problems concerning street-trees and rakes the recent conflict in Sheffield as its case study.
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Climate change is making construction, fishing and other dangerous industries even riskier
Ian D Rotherham
"Climate change is already affecting many aspects of our everyday lives, including what we eat, where we live and the buildings we inhabit. And dangerous industries that make our way of life possible, such as agriculture, construction and fishing, are becoming riskier than ever as a result of changing weather. As extreme natural events become more common, it is increasingly important these industries adapt for the future."
The full article can be read at The Conversation web site here: Climate change is making construction, fishing and other dangerous industries even riskier
The SYBRG team