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“Desperate times require desperate methods”​, or does it?

Source | LinkedIn | Cecilia Edling, Heatpower | Climate Reality Leader | Speaker- Moderator | Proponent of sustainable energy | Communications and Marketing

Going through some of what has been broadcasted and written in the last month, about the #ClimateCrisis and some of the ideas to solve it, has made me started to wonder….

New Insights – aka challenges

Research Shows- Rising Seas Will Erase More Cities by 2050,

Rising seas could affect three times more people by 2050 than previously thought, according to new research, threatening to all but also erase some of the world’s great coastal cities.

The new research shows that some 150 million people are now living on land that will be below the high-tide line by midcentury.

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John Castellaw, a retired Marine Corps lieutenant general who was chief of staff for United States Central Command during the Iraq War, now on the advisory board of the Center for Climate and Security, a research and advocacy group in Washington, says that rising sea levels “threatens to drive further social and political instability in the region, which could reignite armed conflict and increase the likelihood of terrorism,” “So this is far more than an environmental problem,” “It’s a humanitarian, security and possibly military problem too.”

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