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United in a Changing Landscape

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How do climate change predictions relate to wildfire risk for the uplands?
Increased summer temperatures, combined with a reduction in summer rainfall across the Cheviot Hills is likely to lead to a greater risk of wildfire.

Fire has devestating consequences for valuable habitats such as heather moorland and blanket bog.
As a result, the businesses which rely on these landscapes are also heavily impacted by such events.


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