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Sea levels are rising at the fastest rate in 2,800 years — here’s what Earth will look like if all the ice melts

Business & Finance : Business Insider: Clusterstock

    An ominous new study released Monday shows sea levels across the globe are rising at the fastest rate in the past 28 centuries – or nearly 3,000 years.  As National Geographic showed us in 2013, sea levels would rise by 216 feet...

The Coastal "Ark Hotel" Can Float Away When Sea Levels Rise

Business & Finance : Fast Company

How's this for being prepared? If water levels rise too much, this waterproof building design could actually float in the ocean. As sea levels rise and coastal cities try to figure out how to deal with the threat of flooding, some c...

With Sea Levels Rising, New York City Seems Slow To Prepare

United States / New York : Gothamist

A year after Hurricane Irene didn't quite hit New York City, we still probably aren't doing enough to prepare for a Waterworld future in which the seas keep rising and rising. Sure, we all now have designated evacuation zones, but t...

Morning Roundup: Road Warrior Edition

United States / Washington D.C. : DCist

D.C. tenants facing eviction over $25, how rising sea levels are changing Assateague, and more news this morning. [ more › ]

What US cities will look like under 25 feet of water

Technology / Technology Industry News : Silicon Alley Insider

Coastal cities could see a rise in sea levels by as much as 4 ft by the end of the century. To help put a visual to the number, artist Nickolay Lamm created this series of simulations of US city landmarks as affected by sea levels r...

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