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The world's oceans have been slowly rising for many years because of factors related to global warming, this poses future threats of sea water surging into coastal cities, leading to devastating flooding and catastrophic water damage. Currently, there are 643 million people around the world living in low-lying coastal areas at risk from climate change-related flooding. Readers are provided with outlines of current research to adapt to these new challenges, including new flood-control infrastructures and technologies. Efforts to slow the process of global warming are also investigated. What you as an individual, community member, and citizen of the world can do to help reverse everyday habits and practices that have resulted in global climate change is revealed.
July 30, 2012
6.5 X 0.3 X 9.1 inches | 0.6 pounds
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