NewEnergyNews: PLANET WARMING AND OCEANS RISING MEANS CITIES FLOODING

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    Thursday, May 08, 2014

    PLANET WARMING AND OCEANS RISING MEANS CITIES FLOODING

    Artist shows how climate change could leave cities under water

    Eun Kyung Kim, May 7, 2014 (The Today Show)

    The new White House report that issued a dire warning about the nation’s changing climate comes on the heels of another study that illustrated how those changes could leave the world's largest coastal cities submerged in water…[Future flood losses in major coastal cities from the World Bank] examined coastal cities with the highest risk of costly flooding because of sea level rise resulting from climate change. Five American cities made the top 10: Miami, New York, New Orleans, Tampa and Boston…[Images] look at what rising waters could do over the next century…if the tide of climate change fails to turn, created by artist Nickolay Lamm and based on environmental data.” click here for more

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