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Climate Denier Nigel Farage Standing in Seat at Risk of Sea Level Rises and Flooding


Reform UK leader Nigel Farage , who is a vocal critic of green policies and climate science, is standing in a constituency threatened by rising sea levels and flooding due to global warming. The party’s manifesto claims that “scientists disagree as to how much” humans have had an impact on global warming.

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Rushing To The Coast – The Wrong Way To Adapt To Global Warming

Jim Conca

You’d think climate-influenced human migration would be away from coastal areas flooded by sea level rise. But that’s not what researchers from across the United States and Europe are projecting. Low-lying areas like Bangladesh will probably gain more residents than they lose as flooding gets worse.


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The Role Of Managed Retreat In Adapting To Sea Level Rise

Energy Innovation

As societies around the world continue emitting heat-trapping greenhouse gases into the atmosphere, they face the consequence of sea level rise. Since 1900, sea levels have increased 8 inches on average globally, and by 2100, sea levels will likely rise between 1 and 4 feet (Sweet et al.

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New IPCC Report Reveals Accelerating Ice Melt and Sea Level Rise

Green Market Oracle

Climate impacts are accelerating and this is expediting the timelines for the melting of the cryosphere and sea level rise. The report indicates that ocean surface temperatures have been steadily warming since 1970 and in the last quarter century they have been warming twice as fast.

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Immersive, dystopian exhibit shows what life could be like post-climate change

Inhabitat - Innovation

As a wake up call to the possible effects of global warming, Superflux has created immersive art that explores the possible consequences of sea level rise for city dwellers in coastal areas.

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Sea Level Rise: The Past As An Indicator Of The Future

Energy Innovation

New research focused on the mechanisms and rates of how snow and ice is lost to the ocean from the land, along with studies of past climates offer new insights into how much sea level may change in the coming years. Both approaches utilize computer models to further explore the relationship between sea level and climate.

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This Dark Beacon warns of the dangers of sea level rise


On the Greek island of Spetses, Irish designer Kieran Donnellan and a group of participants from the 2019 international festival Meetings of Design Students (MEDS) have installed a striking charred-wood pavilion that warns of the dangers of sea level rise.