#Sea level rise

  • Article: 6 Things That Could Happen if Sea Levels Rise by 11 Feet This Century
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    6 Things That Could Happen if Sea Levels Rise by 11 Feet This Century

    By Joe McCarthy|Nov. 21, 2017

    The last time the world was this warm was 3 million years ago. Read more

  • Article: These Stunning Photos Capture the Massive Iceberg That Broke Off Antarctica
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    These Stunning Photos Capture the Massive Iceberg That Broke Off Antarctica

    By David Brand|Nov. 15, 2017

    The cracked ice shelf is expected to accelerate sea level rise. Read more

  • Article: San Francisco Sues Oil Companies for Billions to Pay for Sea Level Rise Protection
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    San Francisco Sues Oil Companies for Billions to Pay for Sea Level Rise Protection

    By Joe McCarthy|Sept. 22, 2017

    “The bill has come due.” Read more

  • Article: 'Game of Thrones' Actor Urges Us to Protect our Northern Ice Walls In Real Life
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    'Game of Thrones' Actor Urges Us to Protect our Northern Ice Walls In Real Life

    By Andrew McMaster|Aug. 21, 2017

    Winter may be here, but our biggest threat to sea rise is coming. Read more

  • Article: Melting Greenland Could Raise Sea Levels by 20 Feet
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    Melting Greenland Could Raise Sea Levels by 20 Feet

    By Madison Feser|July 25, 2017

    Algae growth is causing a faster melting rate. Read more

  • Article: A Trillion-Ton Iceberg Just Broke Free From Antarctica
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    A Trillion-Ton Iceberg Just Broke Free From Antarctica

    By Joe McCarthy|July 12, 2017

    Is Antarctica failing? Read more

  • Article: There Could Be 2 Billion Climate Change Refugees by 2100
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    There Could Be 2 Billion Climate Change Refugees by 2100

    By Joe McCarthy|June 29, 2017

    And 1.4 billion by 2060. Read more

  • Article: Coastal Flooding Expected to Double as Ice Caps Melt: Study
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    Coastal Flooding Expected to Double as Ice Caps Melt: Study

    By Joe McCarthy|May 19, 2017

    The most extreme prediction of sea level rise is upwards of 260 feet. Read more