How US coastline would change when the ice melts

According to estimates of the worst-case scenario, global sea levels will rise by up to 10 feet in the next century.  That may not seem like much, but it threatens millions of citizens in coastal communities and will result in billions of dollars in construction costs.  Then again, maybe that’s what big infrastructure companies and unions want.  The bigger problem is the global temperature changes causing all this melting is destroying natural resources and the food chain we all depend on…  How US coastline would change when all ice melts – Business Insider

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