by Hilary Kotoun, Social Impact Director, Sailors for the Sea
The boating community exists in the boundary where land meets water, and today that boundary’s location is changing due to the impacts of global warming.
Whether you were watching the 34th America’s Cup in San Francisco where the backup of seawater into the sewage systems is a reoccurring problem, or racing in Miami where the ocean blankets the streets at high tide, global warming is currently impacting boaters all around the United States.
Sea Level Rise
By 2050, anticipated sea level rise will vary greatly along the 95,000 miles of U.S. coastline, but the consistent tren…
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