Future of the Environment

These are just some of the hidden impacts of Britain's winter warmth

Climate change can have a serious impact on wildlife. Image: REUTERS/Rebecca Naden

Philip James

Professor, University of Salford

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A juvenile barn swallow (Hirundo rustica) in West Sussex, UK. Without insects to eat, young birds could starve. Image: Jim Mead/Wikipedia, CC BY-SA

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