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NASA: Many Indian cities including Manglore will likely be underwater by 2100

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) of the United States has estimated that some Indian coastal cities may be flooded by up to 2.7 feet by the end of the century. NASA analyzed trends in sea levels throughout the world using the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report.

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Every five to seven years, the IPCC has issued global climate assessments, focusing on changes in temperature and ice cover, greenhouse gas emissions, and sea levels throughout the world, since 1988. Their sea-level projections are based on data from satellites and ground equipment, as well as analysis and computer models. Cities and towns include Kandla, Okha, Bhavnagar, Mumbai, Mormugao, Mangalore, Cochin, Paradip, Khidirpur, Visakhapatnam, Chennai, and Tuticorin.

NASA’s Sea Level Change Team has developed a sea-level prediction tool that makes substantial data on the future sea-level rise from the IPCC easily accessible to the general public – and to anybody interested in planning for future changes. That’s from a landmark UN report on the state of climate science. Modern society’s continued reliance on fossil fuels is warming the world at a rate unprecedented in the last 2,000 years — and the consequences are already being felt as record droughts, wildfires, and floods devastate communities all over the world. This is only one of the harsh realities revealed in a summary released accompanying the IPCC report and targeted at politicians.

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