“Sea-level rise” is a loaded statement and instils concern, scepticism and humour. From a sceptical stand point one could think about your own experience. I have been going to the beach near my parents’ house on the south coast of England for nearly 30 years. In all that time I can’t ever remember paddling in […] … learn more→
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The sea isn’t actually ‘level’: why rising oceans will hit some cities more than others
Human rights or climate wrongs: is Tuvalu the canary in the coal mine?
The Pacific Island State of Tuvalu recently reported that it had just days of water supply left for its population of 10,000. The Government has declared a state of emergency and rationed each household to just 40 litres of water per day. The average household in Tuvalu has ten to 12 people. Australia and New […] … learn more→