Look at these Photos! WOW! Result of Rising Seawater…

A new study finds that even if we slow rising temperatures now, we could still be in for higher seas. Read more here or you can look at the photos right now by scrolling down.

Now as you look at these photos, you want to ask yourself if you are worried, if you care, and what can you do to make a difference?

(Images: Courtesy Climate Central)

Venice Beach Boardwalk, Venice Beach, California

Venice Beach Boardwalk, Venice Beach, California—Before

Venice Beach Boardwalk, Venice Beach, California—After

AT&T Park, San Francisco

AT&T Park, San Francisco—Before

AT&T Park, San Francisco—After

Back Bay, Boston

Back Bay, Boston—Before

Back Bay, Boston—After

Ocean Drive, Miami

Ocean Drive, Miami—Before

Ocean Drive, Miami—After

Citadel Military College, Charleston, South Carolina

Citadel Military College, Charleston, South Carolina—Before

Citadel Military College, Charleston, South Carolina—After

San Diego Convention Center, San Diego

San Diego Convention Center, San Diego—Before

San Diego Convention Center, San Diego—After

Statue of Liberty, New York City

Statue of Liberty, New York City—Before

Statue of Liberty, New York City—After

Washington National Monument, Washington D.C.

Washington Monument, Washington, D.C.—Before

Washington Monument, Washington, D.C.—After

Crissy Field, San Francisco

Crissy Field, San Francisco—Before

Crissy Field, San Francisco—After

Harvard University, Cambridge Massachusetts

Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts—Before

Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts—After

 

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