The east and south-east coast of England are projected to be among the worst affected areas for beach erosion

Projected beach erosion under the RCP4.5 pathway by 2100. Maps show the average theoretical level of erosion

Beaches probably lost

Nottingham

Norwich

Leicester

Ipswich

Southend-

on-Sea

London

Reading

Southampton

Dover

Brighton

Bournemouth

Erosion from 0 to 50m

Norwich

Ipswich

Southend-

on-Sea

Southampton

Dover

Brighton

Bournemouth

Critical erosion

Norwich

Great Yarmouth

Ipswich

Southend-

on-Sea

Southampton

Dover

Brighton

Bournemouth

Expansion due to deposits accumulated

Norwich

Ipswich

Southend-

on-Sea

Southampton

Dover

Brighton

Bournemouth

Projected beach erosion under the RCP4.5 pathway by 2100. Maps show the average theoretical level of erosion

Beaches probably lost

Critical erosion

Nottingham

Norwich

Norwich

Leicester

Great Yarmouth

Ipswich

Ipswich

Southend-

on-Sea

Southend-

on-Sea

London

Reading

Southampton

Southampton

Dover

Dover

Brighton

Brighton

Bournemouth

Bournemouth

Expansion due to deposits accumulated

Erosion from 0 to 50m

Norwich

Norwich

Ipswich

Ipswich

Southend-

on-Sea

Southend-

on-Sea

Southampton

Dover

Southampton

Dover

Brighton

Brighton

Bournemouth

Bournemouth