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Extreme rising seas could wipe out assets worth $14 trillion by 2100
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Extreme rising seas could wipe out assets worth $14 trillion by 2100

Published: August 1, 2020  |  2 min read, 396 words
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×Coastal floods wrought by rising seas could affect tens of millions more people and cause trillions of dollars of harm by the end of the century if the world fails to prevent the worst-case climate change scenario, according to a new analysis.The area of land globally at risk from coastal flooding could increase by almost half by 2100 as sea level rises put more homes, roads and other infrastructure in the firing line. Asia and north-west Europe are anticipated to be hit hardest.However, this worst-case scenario assumes humanity pumps out high levels of carbon dioxide, implements no flood... READ MORE
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