The Daily Climate Show: The bittersweet arrival of the European bee eater

Sky News published this video item, entitled “The Daily Climate Show: The bittersweet arrival of the European bee eater” – below is their description.

The arrival of European bee eaters has set bird watchers twitching, but because their usual home is Africa and southern Europe, their presence in Norfolk is a sign of the arrival of climate change.

And drought in the Horn of Africa has raised the issue of developed nations not appearing to honour their climate finance promises.

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