Unlike other effects of climate change that are not experienced in a tangible way on a large scale, sea level rise is a visible and unrelenting indicator of global warming, the consequences of which are felt globally. . Some are still skeptical, but there is nothing to deny that rising sea levels, reinforced by storms and storm surges, cause erosion, flooding, dislocation and catastrophic damage along the coast, and well inland. Sea level rise is also a destabilizing factor in the financial and real estate markets, in particular because of the higher cost of insurance. The book is a kind...
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