A sobering #infographic on the wettest winter in the UK in 250 years.

This infographic shows how Britain has just lived through the wettest January since 1776, and well into February the bad weather is showing no sign of abating. Flooded homes along the River Thames were evacuated and thousands more were at risk, with water levels expected to keep rising. Flooding is becoming a very real worry for many landlords, with one in six homes being at risk. Scientists are saying that the fingerprint of climate change can be seen in the extreme weather. This infographic released by Andrews Sykes encapsulates the impact of the extreme weather conditions providing interesting data on rainfall figures by region, predicted costs, severe warnings and alerts, incremental river changes and a checklist of recovery along with important resources to help people who have been affected by the storms to protect their properties.

Full article: http://sustainablecitiescollective.com/frantseska-kavvadi...

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