All along the coast of the U.K. and in other coastal communities around the world, the threat of sea level rise and more violent storms is forcing towns and governments to make difficult choices -- build higher, build stronger, or retreat.
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Just days before the country was buffeted by hurricane-force winds, rain and flooding, Britain announced that it will cut 15 percent of its Environment Agency staff, the country’s agency responsible for issuing things like flood reports.
While teams across the continent welcome new players, most Spanish clubs are more concerned about balancing their books. They're victims of a national financial crisis and an economic model threatening the future of their league.