Airports at risk from sea level rise could more than double by 2100, study finds

Around the world, many airports, both large and small, are located along coasts, putting them at risk of coastal flooding. With sea levels anticipated to rise as a result of climate change, the flood risks faced by these airports are only expected to increase. In a recent journal article, researchers from England’s Newcastle University examined the extent to which the flood risk for individual coastal airports increases under various sea level rise scenarios. They estimate that by 2100, at least 10% of all existing air routes could be disrupted as a result of sea level rise, posing a systemic risk

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