Climate change ‘undeniable’ force in extreme weather patterns

Sky News published this video item, entitled “Climate change ‘undeniable’ force in extreme weather patterns” – below is their description.

Climate scientist, Dr Ella Gilbert, says it is “undeniable” that climate change is making extreme weather patterns happen more often as the UK heatwave continues.

She said implementing greener energy solutions would be a “win, win, win scenario” helping with energy security, climate change and the cost of living.

A drought is expected to be declared in the South West of England.

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