Primarily in two ways, it would provide for a distinctively warmer climate which would in turn change the growing season and the variety of crops and livestock that were best suited for the region; possibly also influencing wild flora and fauna, as plants better suited for warmer temperatures may become more competitive in local ecosystems and bird’s migration patterns change.
Also, depending on the extent of rising sea levels, many lower lying areas, including parts of London, would find much of themselves under water.
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