Sea-Level Rise Threatens Over 300,000 U.S. Homes: Report


Sea-level rise driven by climate change is set to destroy U.S. coastal communities, according to new research, with as many as 311,000 homes facing floods every two weeks within the next 30 years. The rising oceans are set to repeatedly flood residences by 2045 if greenhouse-gas emissions aren’t severely cut, the experts warn.

“The impact could well be staggering,” said Kristina Dahl, climate scientist at the Union of Concerned Scientists. “This level of flooding would be a tipping point where people in these communities would think it’s unsustainable. Even homes along the Gulf Coast that are elevated would be affected, as they’d have to drive through saltwater to get to work or face their kids’ school being cut off. You can imagine people walking away from mortgages, away from their homes.” The UCS reached its findings by using data from a high sea-level rise scenario projected by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and combining it with property data from online real-estate company Zillow. Read more at The Guardian.



  1. Well, it certainly can’t be due to global warming. The beginning of 2018 saw record-breakingly cold winters (or summers, if you’re living Down-Under) around the world. And we keep seeing unseasonably cold weather, like thick hail in normally hot places and so on.

    So what kind of climate change exactly is causing flooding and sea-level increases?

  2. Notice how all the pseudoscience predictions are set for decades ahead, and when time comes and it doesn’t come true, they just shrug it off and come up with a new prediction. These people are not scientists, but dogmatic priests of fascism-socialism. All these global warming proclamations are to manipulate us into signing away our human rights away to the elite burecrat class.


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