Coasts Should Plan for 6.5 Feet Sea Level Rise by 2100 as Precaution, Experts Say

Source: Inside Climate News

InsideClimate News

As coastal communities prepare for the impacts of climate change, a new report warns that ice loss from Antarctica and Greenland could cause more sea level rise than previously thought. For planning purposes, it would be prudent to use scenarios that anticipate 6.5 feet of sea level rise by the end of the 21st Century, the authors write.

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