McClatchey: Sea level rise is accelerating in Florida, scientists warn

“Federal gauges stationed around the state’s coast document the slowly rising water. After decades of almost imperceptible increases, the sea began rising faster about 30 years ago, said William Sweet, an oceanographer with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration … Click here to read more

1,429 towns to be destroyed by rising sea levels, including Hobe Sound, Palm City, Stuart

Business Insider reports that if things don’t change by 2020, there will be an unavoidable rise in sea level by 5 feet and 2 inches. That will push more than 50% of the population out of 381 municipalities, resulting in 4,187,262 people losing their hometowns. Complete list of towns … Click here to read more