Volume 2021, Issue 1
  • E-ISSN: 22202293


The number of people at risk from rising sea levels could be three times higher than previously estimated, according to research by Climate Central, an independent climate science and news organization based in Princeton, New Jersey. Scott Kulp, Senior Computational Scientist and Senior Developer for Climate Central’s Program on Sea Level Rise, and lead author of the 2019 study, used artificial intelligence to analyse this phenomenon – which could push millions of people into exile as early as in 2050.

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