Why the City of Miami Is Doomed to Drown | Politics News | Rolling Stone
If you live in South Florida, you may want to check out this article: Why the City of Miami Is Doomed to Drown | Politics News | Rolling Stone. It’s scary as hell. With sea waters rising due to climate change, it’s likely that South Florida is going to sink rather rapidly into the sea as early as 2030. Miami will be gone, the Everglades will be gone, and the Turkey Point nuclear power plant is likely to become another Fukushima. Florida is currently a Tea Party state, and warnings from climatologists are going largely ignored down there. Little is being done to prepare for the rising seas, other than throwing good money after bad in efforts to update decades old pumping and desalinization systems. Miami and the resort towns around it will sink, and within decades become a new age Atlantis. The article poses some realistically scary scenarios for Miami, as well as challenges that other low lying coastal cities such as Washington DC, New York City, and Boston are currently facing now, as well as in the future. If you believe in global warming, this article is a sobering must read.
- Rolling Stone says Goodbye, Miami (bizjournals.com)
- A vision of Miami’s impending underwater apocalypse (theverge.com)
- Sea level rise will turn Miami into American Atlantis (treehugger.com)
- American Atlantis: Sea-level rise means Miami is doomed (grist.org)