As Sea Level Rises, Everglades Become More Vital to South Florida’s Survival

Climate Central: Climate change threatens every part of the U.S. in one-way or another, but in South Florida, it's not just a threat: it's a looming catastrophe. Much of the area lies just a few feet above sea level, and thanks to warming temperatures and melting polar ice, the sea is on the rise. A few decades from now, significant parts of the region could literally be underwater. Not only that: while hurricanes could be fewer as time goes on, the ones that do sweep in are likely to be more powerful, with higher......

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