$900m risk in Caribbean from rising sea levels

Tribune: RISING sea levels could cause the tourism industry to lose almost $900 million a year by 2050, says a research group. Sea rise, surge or erosion could cause as much as 1,200 square miles of Caribbean coastal land to be lost along with damage or destruction of half of the major tourist resorts. A report by the Inter-American Development Bank titled “Climate Change’s Impact on the Caribbean’s Ability to Sustain Tourism, Natural Assets, and Livelihoods” forecasts the destruction unless Caribbean......

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