Over the past few decades, Global warming and its consequence have been in talks at various levels around the world. Now a recent study on the rising sea levels has raised major concern of the scientists and the researchers. Multiple reports have raised concern about the gradual rise in the Mean Sea Levels. Climate researchers have highlighted the fierce and devastating effects it could cause. On Sunday, Ministry of Earth Sciences (MoES) Secretary Madhavan Rajeevan, shared the satellite data received from the European Space Agency (ESA), showing how Global warming is responsible for the nearly 3mm rise in the Mean Sea Levels each year, and how it can affect the lives of those living in Coastal areas.
Mean Sea Level has risen on average by just over 3 mm every year Satellite data have been very useful to estimate this increase, which is mostly attributed to Global Warming. Threat to millions of people living in coastal regions @moesgoi https://t.co/qerULZY3Zk— Madhavan Rajeevan (@rajeevan61) October 25, 2020
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