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The Met Office climate newsletter – Latest issue

Issue 52, 23 August 2023

  • Spotlight on climate science for decision making
  • Tropical storm Hilary

Recent climate newsletter editions

  • Issue 51, 09 August 2023 - Spotlight on State of the UK Climate 2022
  • Issue 50, 26 July 2023 - Spotlight on adaptation
  • Issue 49, 12 July 2023 - Spotlight on evidence of a warming world
  • Issue 48, 28 June 2023 - Spotlight on Loss and Damage
  • Issue 47, 14 June 2023 - Spotlight on health in a changing climate
  • Issue 46, 24 May 2023 - Spotlight on co-benefits