4 issues (included)
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.
This 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