Sea level rise will be one of the most destructive effects of climate change, so naturally, climate change deniers have something grossly in error to say about it.
We'll look, as always, at the source documents.
There is a very significant chance that the sea level will rise not only the one to two feet predictable by scientifically conservative climate models, but more on the order of two-and-a-half to six feet this century, 75 feet in the next two centuries, and continuing with a rise of up to 200 feet in total. Imagine what that would mean. And it has happened before on our planet. See the video
Peter Sinclair is a long-time advocate of environmental awareness and energy alternatives. An award winning graphic artist, illustrator, and animator, Mr. Sinclair runs Greenman Studio from his home in Midland, MI.
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