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Airports that risk to be submerged by 2100

It was revealed by a British study - ATTACHMENT

Thailand, closely followed by China and the Solomon Islands: these are the countries with biggest risks as regards the "holding" of their airports following climate change. British University of Newcastle Engineering School has published a study showing the airports that could be literally submerged by 2100 for this reason. The curators of the research investigated the current conditions of 14,000...

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