You don't have to look 85 years into the future to see what a sinking world looks like—you only need to look as far as Miami.
Over the last nineteen years, sea levels around the Miami coast have gone up 3.7 inches. In a post updated yesterday, McNoldy highlights three big problems that follow from those numbers—and they should worry all of us.
First: Sea level rise is accelerating.
Second: Predictions about day-to-day tide levels are less accurate than ever
Third: Sea level rise is causing saltwater intrusion into aquifers used to supply 90% of South Florida's freshwater [Wired]