LONDON – For a city planner looking to make a new building flood-proof, or a farmer interested in trying out new drought-resistant seed, there is no shortage of climate change information available.
The problem, often, is that there is too much of it — and that it is on too many different websites, and is not easy to understand or figure out how to use.
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