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NYC mayor has a $10 billion plan to protect Manhattan from rising seas

The Verge Thursday, 14 March 2019
NYC mayor has a $10 billion plan to protect Manhattan from rising seasNew York City mayor Bill de Blasio announced a huge climate-focused infrastructure effort on Thursday, calling for a project that could, among other things, extend lower Manhattan two blocks into the East River and cost as much as $10 billion.

Sea level rise due to climate change has long been a cause of concern for New York City. According to the Lower Manhattan Coastal Resilience survey, released today, 37 percent of lower Manhattan will be at risk for storm surges by 2050. By 2100, sea levels could rise by as much as six feet, scientists say. “We don’t debate global warming in New York City. Not anymore,” wrote de Blasio in a post in New York Magazine. “The only question is where to build the barriers to protect us from rising seas...
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Bill de Blasio revealed on Wednesday that he has a $10 billion plan to protect Manhattan from rising sea levels.

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