icWales: Plagues of stinging jellyfish on our beaches, flash floods and wildfires in our hills and woodlands and clouds of bloodsucking insects at every turn. That is the nightmare climate change scenario which could be coming our way, decimating
Next month, the Wales Tourist Association’s conference in
…“Climate change is likely to lead to a ‘poleward shift’ in tourism activity as visitors shun locations closer to the tropics.
“However there is a down side, deterioration of coastal water quality with algae blooms and jellyfish a growing problem, wildfires during periods of drought destroying moor-land and heath-land habitats and flash floods at other times.
“What happens beyond the 2030s will depend on how governments, businesses and consumers respond to climate change in the coming years. “But as the weather forecaster John Ketley has noted in relation to the impact of climate change on
Yesterday Ashford Price, who runs