One Day, My Son, This Will All Be Underwater // Published on Aug 23, 2016
The last time the Earth was this warm, global sea levels were 6 to 9 meters (20 to 30 feet) higher.
In Earth history, sea level has varied from about 120 meters (400 feet) lower to about 70 meters (240 feet) higher.
If Greenland and Antarctica ice cap melt rates continue to double every 7 years or so (exponentially) then I calculate that we will see 7 meters (24 feet) of rise by 2070.
Surely, we must not less this happen. We must apply the three-legged stool to prevent this, and stabilize our climate.