Rising sea levels are likely to wreak havoc much sooner than expected

There is a group of white people in autumn clothes standing near a swamp with measuring tools.  It's a sunny day

Professor David Burdick and his students measure potential sea level changes.Bill Butcher/USFWS/Wikimedia Commons This story was originally published by Hakai magazine and is reproduced here as part of the Climate window collaboration. Around the world, communities are preparing for sea level rise: The Netherlands is stabilizing its dykes, Senegal is relocating neighborhoods, and Indonesia is … Read more