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Majorca beaches can be washed away

"Mallorca's beaches can be washed away" "Climate change raises the water level in the Mediterranean" "climate experts warn of rising sea levels in the

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Majorca beaches can be washed away
"Mallorca's beaches can be washed away"

"Climate change raises the water level in the Mediterranean"

"climate experts warn of rising sea levels in the Mediterranean sea. If nothing is done, half of Mallorca's beaches to be away for about 80 years. nDessutom can be multi-cultural heritage in the Mediterranean to be destroyed."

"Majorca's beautiful beaches attract millions of tourists every year. But the rising of the sea level rise is a serious threat to the beaches. If nothing is done, sea can devour over half of strandytan on the island before the next c, writes Expressen. "

"Dr. Gabriel Jordà is a Spanish researcher who is specialized in sea levels, the Mediterranean sea and climate change. He believes that climate change has made the process of rising water levels, are irreversible, but the question is how much land that the water will devour. "

"Can be raised a half a meter"

"Just now raised sea level rise of 3 mm per year around the Mediterranean. But the process can be either accelerated or slowed down depending on what happens in the world. If all the world's emissions are decreasing may sea-level to stay between 45 and 50 centimeters."

"In november last year, came a new research report. It shows that a large number of buildings and archaeological remains in the Mediterranean sea as a Unesco world heritage site is threatened by increased havsvattennivåer."

"world Heritage site may be lost"

"– 37 of the Unesco 49 coastal world heritage sites around the Mediterranean at risk of flooding, " says researcher Lena Reimann to the Radio."

"Venice has had major problems with the height of the sea level rise in many years. Valletta, Malta, and Corfu old town is also threatened. Split's old a from roman times, is threatened. "

"– the Sea has the same level as the floor here and if the wells and pumps were not available would the water cover the floor, says the architect Katja Marasovic to Sveriges Radio. "

"More world heritage under threat"

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