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Sioux Falls Scientists endorse Sinking Cities for showing us
what the world is going to have to do if
we do not stop global warming now!

Sinking Cities
A Four-Part Series on the Global Threat of Climate Change

Sinking Cities (2018) - 220 minutes
Sinking Cities  at Amazon.com

As the earth warms, sea levels rise, and super-storms become more frequent and intense, many major coastal cities will soon be under water. Sinking Cities shows New York, London, Tokyo and Miami preparing for the real-time impact of rising seas and devising colossal new construction projects and groundbreaking solutions aimed at securing their future.

New York: With 520 miles of shoreline and absolutely no coastal protection, the big question facing New York City is whether one of the world's greatest cities can defend itself against rising seas and the next big storm.

Tokyo: One of the world's most populous cities has the world's largest problems. From typhoons and tsunamis, to earthquakes, storm surges, and sinking neighborhoods, Tokyo must find new ways of fighting back against the rising waters.

London: For decades, London trusted that its sophisticated Thames Barrier would keep it safe from water. But as sea levels rise and rainfall increases, London's sleeping giant is no longer enough to keep the city safe.

Miami: No city on Earth faces a greater threat from rising seas and violent storms than Miami. But as development booms, residents of Miami wonder if engineers and planners can protect them from the water.

8-30-19 Jakarta
Indonesia has announced an ambitious project to move its capital from Jakarta, a sprawling coastal city of 10 million with another 20 million in its suburbs, to a sparsely populated site on the island of Borneo. Relocating the government from Java will cost some $34 billion and take about 10 years. Jakarta has been sinking into the Java Sea because of overextraction of groundwater, and sea-level rise from climate change is expected to swamp it further. Indonesian President Joko Widodo said that Jakarta is overstressed, as the center of government, finance, and business as well as the site of the country’s largest airport and seaport. The planned new seat of government would be surrounded by Kutai National Park, known for orangutans and rain forests.

And Yes we are going to have to move cities
if we do not fix global warming now!

Sinking Cities
A Four-Part Series on the Global Threat of Climate Change

Sioux Falls Scientists endorse Sinking Cities for showing us
what the world is going to have to do if
we do not stop global warming now!