Plymouth Futures imagines how our changing climate might affect ocean levels around the city and the local coastline. There will be 101 ‘Plymouth Futurecards’ dotted around Plymouth as part of Plymouth Art Weekender and The Atlantic Project: 28 September – 21 October 2018. See how many you can find!
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Climate change is bringing sea level changes around the world. According to the UN, about 40% of the world’s population lives within 100 kilometres of the coast. As ice at the poles melts, sea levels rise (water expands as it warms). The salinity of the oceans will also affect currents such as the North Atlantic Drift, which currently keep Britain ice-free. For more information you could look at websites such as