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What Major Cities Could Look Like After Climate Change

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(Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)
Digital artist Nickolay Lamm used environmental data on climate change that predicts many coastal cities will be submerged in the future to show a rendition of what this could look like. A new White House report and a recent study released by the World Bank, which examines coastal cities and rising sea levels, are dire at best.

No matter how you feel about the reality of climate change, these digital renditions are eerie. What would Miami, Boston, Venice Beach, and San Francisco look like once this happens? See for yourself by clicking here.

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