Miami Sea Levels Will Rise Flooding Streets, Threatening Sewage Plants: Report

Associated Press: Three major sewage plants in South Florida could be reduced to shrinking islands in less than 50 years due to climate change, according to a group of climate scientists. The scientists believe rising sea level will threaten some of the region's most vital facilities. It will also flood land, streets and neighborhoods nearby, The Miami Herald reported Sunday. The scenario was drawn up by five experts from the University of Miami, Florida International University and Florida Atlantic University......

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