Share your pictures and stories of your changing local landscape

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Rising temperatures are visibly affecting the natural world around us, from the rising risk of forest fires, coastal erosion, flooding and droughts.

The effects of the climate emergency have felt increasingly present in the last decade, and many have noticed a change in the landscape that surrounds them.

We’d like to see readers’ photos of how a natural environment near them has changed in recent years, whether it’s a stream that has dried up, a site of coastal erosion or a woodland area that has been felled.

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July 19, 2022 at 09:26PM Guardian community team

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