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By 2100, global temperatures will likely surpass the 2°C limit set by the 2015 Paris Agreement, potentially reaching 3-4°C.
Such an increase would see water levels rise by 5-10 meters and displace around 300 million people – roughly the population of the United States. But the people that will be most affected by coastal flooding are those living in the southern hemisphere.
Inside This Issue
Twin Sisters Water and Sustainable Development
#Sweat4Soap Running with Mina Guli for Change
A Different Africa ACEN Interview on Circularity and Social Inclusiveness in Africa
Water Footprints Are Water Footprints Reliable for Food Purchase Choices?
Marine Protected Areas Ocean Protection: Vital to Conservation and Climate Action
Coastal Cities Cities Facing a Flooded Future
Circularity in Africa A Spotlight on Circularity in Africa
India’s Water- India’s Urban Water Security Challenge
Coastal Cities– Images of the Frontline Against Rising Sea Levels