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Sweden mulls the cost to save communities from rising sea, 20 Sep
Other [NL] objections have come from local residents who say the proposed embankments and walls will block their view of the sea as well as impinging on their privacy as people walking on the new embankments will be able to see into nearby gardens and houses.
Projected change in the frequency of once-in-a-century coastal flooding events by 2100 due to sea level rise, even if emissions are kept under control. For example, a value of 500 means a one-in-100 year flood may return five times per year by 2100.
A first report from a [SE] government-appointed expert group said Sweden's response to climate change must be integrated more closely with other elements of the nation's civil defense.
by Cat on Tue Sep 27th, 2022 at 07:58:52 AM EST
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