NYC could be underwater in decades according to new climate change report

TimeOut: A paper released yesterday by the European science journal Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics argues that climate change may be accelerating at a much faster rate than previously thought. The scientists argue that sea levels could increase by so much over the next hundred years that coastal cities like New York, London, Rio de Janeiro and Shanghai could be underwater by 2100. The report points to the Eemian period, which took place 120,000 years ago, when the Earth's oceans were six to nine......

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