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PBS NEWSHOUR

South Florida considers investment against rising seas

  • Aired: 03/19/2014
  • 08:57
  • Rating: NR
In recent years, increased flooding has been a stark wake up call for people living in South Florida. Projections calculated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers indicate sea levels will rise 9 to 24 inches by 2060 in that vulnerable region. Special correspondent Kwame Holman narrates this look by WPBT at how local governments are trying to prepare for the effects of climate change.
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