Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Sea Level Rise Threatens 1,400 Cities. By Geniusofdespair

USA Today Interactive Graphic - you choose a year and the map changes. Hit on a State and the cities in peril show up.

A rise in sea levels threatens the viability of more than 1,400 cities and towns, including Miami, Virginia Beach and Jacksonville, unless there are deep cuts in heat-trapping greenhouse gas emissions, says an analysis out Monday.


Anonymous said...

And Florida has a US senator who won't even meet with climate change scientists: Marco Rubio. What a disgrace.

100panthers said...

I have always wanted to have a house on open water-looks like my wish will come true!

I was wondering how reputable this ClimateCentral.Org was. Very.

Climate Central is a nonprofit news organization that analyzes and reports on climate science. Composed of scientists and science journalists, the organization conducts scientific research on climate change and energy issues, and produces multimedia content that is distributed via their website and media partners.[1][2][3][4] Climate Central has been featured in many of the nation's most respected news sources including the New York Times, The Associated Press, Reuters, NBC Nightly News, CBS News, CNN, ABC News, Nightline, Time, National Public Radio, PBS, Scientific American, National Geographic, Science, and The Washington Post.[5] [6]
Climate Central's President and CEO is Paul Hanle. Former Weather Channel climate expert Heidi Cullen is the group's Director of Communications and Chief Climatologist. The organization's research team is directed by Richard Wiles, while the editorial team features veterans of CNN, Time Magazine, The Weather Channel, Environment and Energy Daily, DISCOVER Magazine, and