The sea level is rising twice as fast as previously forecast around parts of New Zealand, according to research published Monday, putting the country’s two largest cities at risk decades earlier than expected.
Government-backed data amassed from around the country’s coastline found some areas are already sinking three to four millimeters per year, speeding up a long-expected threat.
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