Coastal Cities Are Drowning, Thanks To New Reality Of Sea Level Rise. The Union of Concerned Scientists forecasts that by 2030 at least 180 floods will strike during high tides every year in Annapolis, Md. In some cases, such flooding will occur twice in a single day, since tides come in and out about two times daily. By 2045, that’s also expected be the case in Washington, D.C., Atlantic City, N.J. and 14 other East Coast and Gulf Coast locations out of 52 analyzed.
Scientists are worried about the effect rising sea levels and deforestation are having on Australia's koala population. The iconic Aussie animal is already listed as vulnerable, but some are concerned things will only get worse.
An overview of the impacts of global warming, including sea level rise, more frequent and severe heat waves, increasing wildfire risks, and more. Many are already taking place today -- and will only get worse as temperatures continue to rise.
A sobering reflection on Climate Denial. Through the ages our thinking has been challenged but, clearly, as in Climate Denial, we have to study the facts. Anyone denying Climate Change is akin to the Flat Earth Society of yesterday year ! Luddites, in fact !