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Scientists report that many cities near the coasts of the U.S. should prepare for daily flooding at high tide by mid-century because of rising sea levels.
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Less than 40 years from now the cost to the world’s biggest coastal cities from flooding is expected to rise to $1 trillion—0.7% of the value of the world economy in 2012.
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