Climate change could force 745,000 Singaporeans underwater


Rising sea levels could have disastrous effects on coastal cities around the world, including Singapore, according to results published by Climate Central. The report detailed the implications of different global warming scenarios of 1.5, 2, 3 and 4 degrees Celsius by 2100, and found that carbon emissions causing 4C of warming a business-as-usual scenario could cause Singapores median local sea level to rise 9.5 metres, submerging the homes of 745,000 Singaporeans.