Most Terrifying Examples Of Global Warming

There is little doubt that the effects of global warming on our planet are already visible – in the last century the average temperature has risen around 1 degree Fahrenheit (0.6 Celsius) – but the greatest single danger, scientists warn, is that global warming will cause a dramatic rise in sea levels,

 flooding the world’s most powerful cities under a catastrophic deluge. Environmental Graffiti has decided to take a look at the apocalypse humanity might be facing…

These terrifying pictures illustrate the global deluge that threatens to engulf large sections of the world as a result of unchecked climate change. Huge swathes of development could be submerged, including much of the US eastern seaboard and southern UK.

The effect of such a deluge will be to drown some of the world’s most recognisable landmarks: the Statue of Liberty in New York, Tower Bridge in London, Tokyo’s vivid neon lights – all could potentially be swept away by a flood caused by pollution of the Earth’s atmosphere.





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