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These Places May Not Be Able To Survive Next 100 Years Because Of Global Warming!

Recent news reports have claimed that the climatic change is definitely real. Temperatures are rising and ice caps are melting proving that some places won't be fit for human existence in about 100 years of time. It may seem like a far-off sci-fi movie, but greenhouse gases are seriously affecting the Earth's atmosphere leading to the planet's climate change. Here are some places on the Earth that won't be able to support human life and the reasons for it.

These Places May Not Be Able To Survive Next 100 Years Because Of Global Warming!

These Places May Not Be Able To Survive Next 100 Years Because Of Global Warming!

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1. Greenland

1. Greenland

Although, the rate of the melting of the ice caps in Greenland cannot be predicted as of now, but New York Times recently published that there would be at least a 20 feet rise in the sea levels once Greenland melts.

2. Persian Gulf - Dubai, Kuwait and Abu Dhabi

2. Persian Gulf - Dubai, Kuwait and Abu Dhabi

It can be said that the Persian Gulf countries will rise to the temperatures of 160-170 degrees Fahrenheit making the condition extremely unsuitable for even the healthiest humans to survive.

3. Parts of Alaska and Canada

3. Parts of Alaska and Canada

Again, owing to the sea level rise after melting of the ice caps in places like Alaska, it may be deemed unfit for human survival. Along with rise in sea levels of that area, it would also affect the levels all over the globe.

4. Major cities of the United States

4. Major cities of the United States

Owing to the coastal rise in sea levels, Miami would be completely underwater by 2100 if the climatic conditions continue. Other cities like New York, Los Angeles, Houston, San Francisco, San Diego and Boston are also under the risk of severe flooding after a few years.

5. Low-Lying Islands Like The Marshall Islands, Maldives And Palau

5. Low-Lying Islands Like The Marshall Islands, Maldives And Palau

Low lying islands and places are at a risk of being completely submerged if the planet goes warm with an additional 2 degrees.

6. Much Of Southeast Asia

6. Much Of Southeast Asia

According to the recent reports, 147 to 216 million people live in the regions that would be underwater by the end of the century if the climatic conditions deteriorate. These areas include Asia, including China, Japan, Vietnam, Bangladesh, India, Thailand, Indonesia and Philippines.

7. Netherlands

7. Netherlands

Climatic Central suggests that 40 percent of Netherlands would be exposed to the rick of being submerged and the rest of the Netherlands would have to utilize great technological assistance in order to keep the rising flood levels at bay.

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