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Mumbai Is Likely To Be Washed Away By Rising Seas In Next 30 Years | Morning Coffee

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Mumbai Is Likely To Be Washed Away By Rising Seas In Next 30 Years

According to the new report compiled by 100 scientists across 36 countries by the United Nations’s body, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), Mumbai will likely be washed away by the Arabian sea waves by 2050. The most populated city of India, home to 18 million people will be completely sunk in the next 30 years. The new report came as a shock to the researchers and scientists as there is a dramatic difference between the current and earlier predictions. Scientists believe that no humans will remain untouched by such disastrous consequences, however, coastal cities, which currently host around 2 billion people, will remain at the helm of climate change.

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Mumbai Is Likely To Be Washed Away By Rising Seas In Next 30 Years | Morning Coffee

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Mumbai Is Likely To Be Washed Away By Rising Seas In Next 30 Years

According to the new report compiled by 100 scientists across 36 countries by the United Nations’s body, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), Mumbai will likely be washed away by the Arabian sea waves by 2050. The most populated city of India, home to 18 million people will be completely sunk in the next 30 years. The new report came as a shock to the researchers and scientists as there is a dramatic difference between the current and earlier predictions. Scientists believe that no humans will remain untouched by such disastrous consequences, however, coastal cities, which currently host around 2 billion people, will remain at the helm of climate change.

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Mumbai Is Likely To Be Washed Away By Rising Seas In Next 30 Years | Morning Coffee

Binge Daily brings you some of the top news highlights from around the world.

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Mumbai Is Likely To Be Washed Away By Rising Seas In Next 30 Years

According to the new report compiled by 100 scientists across 36 countries by the United Nations’s body, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), Mumbai will likely be washed away by the Arabian sea waves by 2050. The most populated city of India, home to 18 million people will be completely sunk in the next 30 years. The new report came as a shock to the researchers and scientists as there is a dramatic difference between the current and earlier predictions. Scientists believe that no humans will remain untouched by such disastrous consequences, however, coastal cities, which currently host around 2 billion people, will remain at the helm of climate change.

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