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Climate change causes sea level rise in coastal cities of Indonesia
DEMAK, INDONESIA – FEBRUARY 2: A man walks in front of his water-logged home in Sriwulan village, Sayung sub-district of Demak regency, Central Java, Indonesia on February 2, 2018. Local Marine and Fisheries office said the tidal flooding was caused by coastal abrasion due to the disappearing mangrove forests over the last 20 years. Climate change also causing sea levels to rise at about 4mm per year, as ice caps melt and the oceans warm and expand. ( Eko Siswono Toyudho - Anadolu Agency )
02.02.2018 Eko Siswono Toyudho
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