Sea level is on the rise in the UK, and the officials are blaming climate change for the same. They have also indicated that it has not happened in the last hundred years.
Apart from the rising sea levels, the weather change has also affected the frost number, which has decreased substantially.
The recent survey also showcases that the high temperature has not given time for flora and fauna in the country to adapt to the sudden change.
The spring arrives early, which has started to impact the farming industry. Additionally, autumn has become relatively warmer, which further delays the shedding of leaves.
Upon accessing weather events of 2021, Storm Arwen has been described as the most destructive disaster of the previous year. Not only did it uproot millions of trees, but several lives were also compromised.
While it has been linked to the rising temperature, scientists have issued another warning that says more than 500,000 houses are at the risk of flooding in the UK.
If we do not act right, the chances of the climate plunging are extremely high. Not only will it affect the coming generations, but it will also affect the different species of animals and plants.