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Jeff Goodell writes: “The amount of real estate at risk in New York is mind-boggling: 72,000 buildings worth over $129 billion stand in flood zones today, with thousands more buildings at risk with each foot of sea-level rise,” “In addition, New York has a lot of industrial waterfront, where toxic materials and poor communities live in close proximity, as well as a huge amount of underground infrastructure—subways, tunnels, electrical systems. Finally, New York is a sea-level-rise hot spot. Because of changes in ocean dynamics, as well as the fact that the ground beneath the city is sinking as the continent recovers from the last ice age, seas are now rising about 50 percent faster in the New York area than the global average” External link

truthdig Monday, July 29, 2019 11:03:00 AM CEST

Jeff Goodell writes: “It will have a metallic sheen and will smell bad,” “Kids will get strange rashes and fevers. More people will leave [low areas]. Seawalls will crumble. In a few decades, low-lying neighborhoods will be knee-deep. Wooden houses will collapse into a sea of soda bottles, laundry detergent jugs, and plastic toothbrushes. Human bones, floated out of caskets, will be a common sight. Treasure hunters will kayak in, using small robotic submersibles to search for coins and jewelry. Modern office buildings and condo towers will lean as salt water corrodes the concrete foundations and eats away at the structural beams. Fish will school in the classrooms. Oysters will grow on submerged light poles. Religious leaders will blame sinners for the drowning of the city” External link

truthdig Monday, July 29, 2019 11:03:00 AM CEST

Arthur Maia disse: "Essa Casa não é uma casa de chantagistas. Já basta o que está acontecendo aqui. O Partido Novo deve ajudar na construção de votações e não deve ficar fazendo discurso de que fazemos chantagens. Não é justa essa ilação para desmoralizar esta Casa. É uma afirmação caluniosa" External link

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