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As Florida Keys residents confront rising sea levels, what lessons?

The Florida Keys are the “canary in the coal mine” when it comes to rising sea levels, which   are 9″ higher than they were a century ago,  and could rise 7-55″ more by 2100, hurting property values by $11-35 billion. Local officials want to act now.

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