Climate Experts Catching Up With 200 Year Old Science

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The geniuses at National Geographic have finally figured out why Tuvalu isn’t going to disappear.

Screenshot 2016-01-21 at 04.48.08 AMScreenshot 2016-01-21 at 04.48.28 AM  “If you were faced with the threat of the disappearance of your nation, what would you do?”

That’s the question Enele Sopoaga, the prime minister of the tiny Pacific Island nation of Tuvalu, asked fellow world leaders at the United Nations climate summit in Lima, Peru, in December.
It’s a question that leaders of Pacific Island states have been asking for decades. As a warming climate drives sea levels upward, low-lying island nations face an uncertain future—or no future at all, say these leaders, who warn of their nations’ imminent disappearance.

Officials in Tuvalu, 600 miles (965 kilometers) north of Fiji, have been some of the most vocal critics of the world’s large greenhouse gas emitters—industrialized nations such as the United States and China—which they accuse of not doing enough to curb emissions, contributing to the…

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