Addressing the Inevitable Preparations Begin for the Climate Change Deluge

Global sea levels are rising steadily as a result of climate change and the IPCC believes the deluge has already begun. What will it mean for humankind? And what changes will this bring to our coasts and our way of life? By DER SPIEGEL Staff

Flooding on St. Mark's Square in Venice Oct. 30

Flooding on St. Mark's Square in Venice Oct. 30

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paulrvko 12/09/2018
1. Nonsense
Alarmist nonsense! Does anyone really believe this claptrap?
robbiejena 12/15/2018
2. Preparations Begin for the Climate Change Deluge
There is a high probability that in say 200 years, The state of Florida would be under the Sea. While sea rise will make these people move elsewhere, the Bangladeshi people will have a tough time. Perhaps we should do an exponential growth rate using past 300 years as a base line to show the possibilities and the right groups can take action during this 200 years. It is time to get in to it. Thank you.
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