Study: Climate change requires major growth in ports

It could cost $223 billion to $768 billion by 2050 to sufficiently expand global seaports to withstand rising seas and growth in global trade, according to a new study funded by the UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council. The modeling for the report takes into account the evolution of trade due to climate change and other economic factors, as well as direct changes to coastlines. Read the DC Velocity online story here

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