Consensus on rising sea levels predicted by experts

Global sea levels are expected to rise between 0.7 and 1.2 metres by the end of the century if global warming continues at the current rate, according to a broad survey of 90 experts.

The study suggests that if emissions are drastically cut, the rise could be between 0.4 and 0.6 metres in the same time period.

It is estimated that for the rising sea levels to be hindered, global warming would be required to stay below a two-degree rise. This is estimated to require a 70% global cut in emissions by the end of the century.

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