A new report prepared for the insurance industry says that the rise of sea levels could cost port cities $28 trillion by 2050.
Nov 25, 2009 CNN.com
Plans to construct a new cargo port near Venice has some conservationists up in arms. They say the plans would exacerbate rising water levels and further endanger the flood-prone ancient city.
Sep 13, 2009 The Guardian
By 2100, vast stretches of the Mississippi Delta will be lost to sea level rise, according to a recent study. More than 5,000 square miles could be lost, including much of New Orleans, researchers say.
Jul 6, 2009 The Christian Science Monitor
The Florida Keys are likely the most vulnerable places to sea-level rise in America. Despite this danger, officials there have set no plans for counteracting or dealing with climate change.
Jul 1, 2009 Miami Herald
Marsh loss in the Gulf region is being exacerbated beyond repair by dams along the Mississippi River, according to a recent study.
Jun 30, 2009 The New York Times
Sea levels are declining near Juneau, Alaska, as a result of melting glaciers. Though it may seem a good sign in the face of climate change, the expanding earth is causing some major environmental concerns.
May 19, 2009 The New York Times
Computer modeling predicts sea levels rising 55 inches by 2100, and a recent report from California's interagency Climate Action Team is calling for a radical reorganization of the state's coastal development and infrastructure to avoid disaster.
Mar 13, 2009 Los Angeles Times
<p>Rising sea levels caused by global climate change are predicted to swallow the country of Bangladesh by the end of the century.</p>
Jun 21, 2008 Belfast Telegraph
<p>Climate change will probably be pretty devastating for coastal Alaska, but it could also bring a boom to the area's economy, according to a recent report.</p>
Mar 31, 2008 Juneau Empire
<p>This article from <em>Architect Magazine</em> wonders what coastal cities will look like after the sea level rises.</p>
Mar 26, 2008 Architect Magazine