The Philippines may be small in land area, but with over 7,100 islands, the country has one of the most extensive coastlines in the world. This makes the archipelago among the most vulnerable to the impact of global warming.
Last week, researchers warned that sea level rise and climate change are on track to wipe out half the world’s beaches by 2100. Even with a drastic reduction in fossil fuel pollution – the biggest driver of global warming – the researchers warned in the journal Nature Climate Change that over a third of the sandy shorelines around the planet would still disappear.
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