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Sea Level Rise threatens Bangledeshs’ Existence by CityTech blogger Arman Sarowar

Bangladesh, a small third world country located east-south Asia has: a population of 164 million people in a total land area of 50,300 square miles, which means that it is roughly about 3,200 people per square mile. To get a better picture of how big the entire size of Bangladesh is, picture the size of

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Rising Seas Are Flooding Virginia’s Naval Base, and There’s No Plan to Fix It! by CityTech blogger Shameeka Reed

Is there really no plan? How is there no plan? I thought this was America! I thought America takes pride in all their military forces. But one of their biggest naval bases is in danger of being submerged completely due to sea level rise which is caused by global warming and climate change. It’s amazing

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Devastated Caribbean Island Needs Help by CityTech blogger David Perez Ramos

The 2017 Atlantic hurricane season have been one of the most overwhelming periods for natural disasters to many countries, especially Caribbean island nations. As we have seen, the pass of hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Jose and Maria have also caused massive damage to the North American continent. The States of Texas and Florida suffered catastrophic flooding,

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Global Warming and Coastal Flooding by CityTech Blogger Branden Harris

From what I’ve read about global warning’s effect on coastal flooding I am concerned about what the future holds. As of right now the seas are rising by about an inch per decade. If greenhouse gas emissions aren’t controlled, global seas could rise by 10 inches to 2.5 feet, on average. The higher the sea

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