Sea level limbo in the Caribbean: How low can you go?

WLRN: The folks in the Bahamas hamlet of Dunmore Town seem blissfully unaware of sea level rise. One resort hotel operator I called in Dunmore, which sits on Harbour Island, dismissed it altogether. “I was just down at our beachside bar,” she said. “I didn’t notice the sea level rising.” (Yes, she was serious.) I told her I’d call back in 50 years. That’s because recent studies warn that by then, if sea level rise projections of about three feet or more in this century are correct, three-fourths......

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