The Foreign and Commonwealth Office has launched a new map to show the impact climate change could have on the whole planet by the end of the century if carbon emissions continue to increase.
The map illustrates how climate change could affect the global economy as regions connected by trade are affected by changes in crop yield, droughts, flooding and high temperatures. It also shows how many already water-stressed regions of the world could face an increase in the frequency and duration of droughts, at the same time as an increase in demand for water for agriculture and for the consumption of a growing population.
Foreign Office Minister, Mark Simmonds said: “This map shows how the impacts of climate change on one part of the world will affect countries in other parts of the world, particularly through the global trade in food. This reinforces the point that climate change is a global problem: no country is immune, and we all need to work together to reduce the risks to our shared prosperity and security.”
Nokia is forming a partnership with Bristol Is Open, the ambitious joint venture between the University of Bristol and Bristol City Council ... read more
High-speed background bundling automation allows the system’s users to carry on with other pressing matters simultaneously
Over half of public sector organisations have explored automation technology in the past year, research finds
Robotics Process Automation (RPA) adoption on the rise as government organisations seek to address a sharp rise in work volumes and falling staff levels