Three Years Until Manhattan And The Maldives Drown

Experts say the 1200 islands of the Maldives will disappear by 2018.


26 Sep 1988 – Threat to islands

This is probably not going to happen, but the Maldives were disappearing in 1837.



Experts also say that Manhattan will drown by the year 2018.

CGoEaf-UgAARsS0Stormy weather –

One might come to the conclusion that climate experts are complete morons.

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6 Responses to Three Years Until Manhattan And The Maldives Drown

  1. ralph says:

    The Maldives have 11 airports now and are planning about 2000 new beds for tourists.
    Anyone can see how worried the residents are about global warming.

  2. richard says:

    On the pacific islands, Coral had always been used for
    building. Back in the 1970s tourism took off, by the 1990s it had been noted that had the use of coral continued with the increase in building the coral would disappear in another 30 years. A ban was put on using coral for building.

    Recent observations have shown that 80% of the islands in the Pacific are now stable or growing.

  3. John Smith says:

    Assuming everyone here is aware of Caleb Rossiter out of American U
    writes about the Maldives and climate policy
    as I recall he got himself into a bit of a pickle for not toeing the “Maldives are drowning” party line

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