Sea levels fluctuate through the years. But a new study looking at the past 2800 years has found that never before has global sea-level risen so high, so fast. And the rate appears to be accelerating. RadioTimes host Marty Moss-Coane interviews ROBERT KOPP, a climate scientist at Rutgers University climate scientist is the lead author of the study. He talks to Marty about it and its implications for coastlines around the world. SEBS researcher Ben Horton mentioned.
/ / / Two new climate change studies: rising sea levels; climate change confusion in the classroom