The water is rising…
Get your preview of the Winter 2020/21 Issue #38 of REVOLVE Magazine.
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.
For our Winter issue of REVOLVE Magazine, we are featuring Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia, as the cover photo to shed light on the flooding it has experienced and the irrevocable fight it is facing.
REVOLVE Magazine is offering a preview of its cover feature by Robert Muggah about Jakarta and other coastal cities.
The winter issue includes:
- REVOLVE’s Against the Grain series: Just how accurate is a water footprint?
- How protecting our oceans is vital to conservation and climate action
- VIEWS: A snapshot of cities facing a flooded future
- Deep dive into circular economy in Africa
REVOLVE was founded in 2010 with a global outlook to provide critical but constructive views on the most pressing issues facing our world with a unique quarterly rotating editorial line focusing on water (winter), nature (spring), energy (summer) and transport (autumn) and circular economy.