Press Articles

  • Five villages, hundreds of homes, thousands of acres of farmland and a section of the Norfolk Broads would be wiped off the map if radical proposals to tackle climate change got the go-ahead, an ecologist has warned. Dr Martin George, of the...
  • Large swathes of Norfolk, including six villages, could be flooded under a controversial plan to deal with the effects of climate change. The proposal would see Britain effectively admit defeat in the battle to maintain coastal defences and around...
  • At least six villages wiped off the map, hundreds of people turned out of their homes and some of the Broads' best freshwater lakes swamped by sea water. Thousands of acres of agricultural land turned into mudflats, the loss of bird species such...
  • For the best view of the next stage of the climate change debate, you need Mike Page's help. CBS News correspondent Mark Phillips got a ride in his Cessna plane. Page has been documenting what's been happening to his home turf. There's less and less...
  • Future Norfolk Climate change minister Joan Ruddock has given the government's side and Natural England's Shaun Thomas has spoken from the lobbyists view but what of the people directly affected by climate change? In the last in a series of...
  • East of England minister Barbara Follett toured the north Norfolk coast on Monday on an information gathering visit - and pledged to "nag, coordinate and prod" on behalf of communities facing coastal erosion and saline flooding. Calling at Cromer...
  • The North Sea nibbles away at the British Coastline, the country of seafarers is getting smaller. On many beaches the fight to defend has been withdrawn leaving them abandoned. Happisburgh in November. Now there are only 16 metres of garden path...
  • Communities in north Norfolk could be put at the forefront of pilot projects designed to help communities deal with the impact of coastal erosion, rising sea levels and climate change. A Norfolk delegation of politicians, senior council officers...
  • Seaside homes, businesses and tourist attractions across north Norfolk were left battered and bruised by the worst storm surge for 50 years. And, as the big clear up continues after the wave and flood damage, coastal campaigners say it shows...
  • They are the last bastions of hope in saving swathes of Norfolk from being swallowed by the seas - the dunes and beach line. But that final line of defence has been severely weakened following last week's tidal surge which battered the county's...