November 8 - November 12, 2021

The Intergovernmental Panel for Climate Change attributes at least 50% of rising sea levels to thermal expansion since 1971 and warns that sea levels now threaten saltwater intrusion on coastal infrastructure worldwide. Do you believe coastal infrastructure has been properly prepared and protected for these rising sea levels?

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No 79%
Yes 14%
Other 7%

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Tagged categories: Asia Pacific; Climate Control; EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa); Environmental Protection; Latin America; North America; water damage; Water/Wastewater; Z-Continents

Comment from Dave Polovitz, (11/9/2021, 8:10 AM)

Coastal infrastructure will always be increasingly affected due to increasing coastal population levels. Does not take a climate "scientist" to realize that aspect.

Comment from T W, (11/11/2021, 8:03 AM)

Which areas have had to relocate due to rising sea levels since 1971?

Comment from Tom Schwerdt, (11/12/2021, 8:39 AM)

Why is this poll closed already? It's quite early on November 12th.

Comment from Destiny Johnson, (11/12/2021, 10:07 AM)

Hey Tom, thank you for pointing out this issue to us. The poll has since been edited to remain open until the end of the day as scheduled. We greatly appreciate your engagement and apologize for this inconvenience. Have a great weekend!

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