One in 10 people at risk from accelerating rise in sea levels

James S Murray
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New satellite data shows annual sea level rises are 50 per cent higher than last century, as research suggests one in 10 people could be at risk of coastal flooding by 2100

Sea levels are rising significantly faster than previously thought and are on track to rise by more than 1m by the end of the century, putting entire countries and many of the world's largest coastal cities...

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