I read an article on the rising seas.
The predictions placed an increase in sea levels caused by melting ice sheets of between 0.2 and 0.4 metres by year 2050.
A list of 20 most at-risk cities include New York and Vancouver.
The article really makes you think. I myself will be 130 years old in 2050, so I don’t expect to be here.
How will Crescent Beach and White Rock be affected, or Cloverdale and in between?
Makes you think, we worry so much about the problems we have today about parking cars and coal trains, views of the sea and building heights.
It is a worry I cannot accept, but it sure makes you think.
Ernie Avory, Surrey