A recent study conducted by the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research indicated that a rise of 50 to 130 centimeters in ocean levels is likely by 2100 if nations do not take steps to immediately reduce greenhouse gases.
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If you have a perspective that sea level rise is something that will only impact future generations, that perspective is incorrect. Global-warming caused sea-level rise is impacting American citizens right now, in real time, as we speak. We need to pay attention to the message.