Sea-level rise (SLR) is a “well accepted” consequence of climate change. Analyse. 10 marks

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  • In the introduction discuss the concept of Sea level rise.
  • In the body you can write that  SLR is an increase in the level of the world’s oceans due to the effects of climate change, especially
    global warming, induced by three primary factors – Thermal Expansion, melting glaciers, Loss of Greenland and Antarctica’s ice sheets. Quote some key data such as – Global sea level has been rising over the past century, and the rate has accelerated in recent decades. The average global sea level has risen 8.9 inches between 1880 and 2015. That’s much faster than in the previous 2,700 years.
    Discuss the possible consequences and with suitable facts explain in what way it is more a consequence of climate change.
  • Conclude with solutions to address the issue, explain what needs to be done; significance of global collective efforts in this direction.
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