Rising seas threaten 21 cities
Of the 33 cities predicted to have at least 8 million people by 2015, at least 21 are highly vulnerable, says the Worldwatch Institute.rnrnThey include Dhaka, Bangladesh; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Shanghai and Tianjin in China; Alexandria and Cairo in Egypt; Mumbai and Kolkata in India; Jakarta, Indonesia; Tokyo and Osaka-Kobe in Japan; Lagos, Nigeria; Karachi, Pakistan; Bangkok, Thailand, and New York and Los Angeles in the United States, according to studies by the United Nations and others.
Save the reservoirs, stop immigration. Immigration also pushes up global warming emissions. We can start now by stopping all immigration. Of course, some may say saving the earth is racist, so we can’t do it. It all depends whose reservoir is Gored.