Impacts of Climate Change – Rising Sea Levels and Coastal Vulnerability

Impacts of Climate Change

Climate change has led to rising global temperatures, resulting in the melting of polar ice caps and glaciers. One of the most significant impacts of this phenomenon is the rise in sea levels, which poses a significant threat to coastal communities worldwide.

As sea levels rise, coastal areas are becoming increasingly vulnerable to flooding and erosion. Low-lying coastal regions, including islands and densely populated coastal cities, are particularly at risk. The inundation of coastal areas ...

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