Climate Change and Rising Sea Level Cause Concern in Florianópolis

According to hydrogeologist Rodrigo Sato, the issue is serious. Oceans will not stop rising, and many coastal towns in Brazil and elsewhere may disappear in the coming years.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The continually rising tides that are advancing into cities have caused immeasurable damage. The issue is serious. The oceans will not stop growing, and many coastal towns may disappear in the coming years. Hydrogeologist Rodrigo Sato sounds the alarm.

With a master's degree from the renowned University of São Paulo (USP) and broad experience in the subject, Sato says that there are solutions, but they require great investment . . .

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