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geopolitical, sea level rising, coastlines, floods, global warming, climate change
This eco-geopolitical research produces information about the sea level rising, and the analyst explains and projects global effects, and further problems and consequences of the phenomena in a five-minute-long video clip.
The focus is coastlines floods as a consequence of the sea level rising produced by glaciers melting. The floods will affect regions where over a billion persons are living, mainly coastal cities. Therefore, the sea level rising will produce or ease gradual destruction and sudden catastrophes. Moreover, these catastrophes will spur mass migration that might change the lives of a billion persons by 2045.
Nowell-Enriquez, Jorge L., "The Threats of Sea Level Rise: An Eco-Geopolitical Visual Analysis" (2018). CUNY Academic Works.