Fighting sea level rise with underwater walls

As sea level rise continues to post a dangerous threat to our world, scientists and researchers alike continue to work towards finding a solution. Michael Wolovick, a researcher at Princeton University adds another idea to the pile using geo-engineering. His plan is to build underwater walls at the base of glaciers to protect them from warm water. Although the project is still a few years away, it serves as another hope to combat the rise is sea level. Learn more about his work here:

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