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Climate change is reshaping 50% of the world’s coastlines

A climate increase of more than 2℃ beyond pre-industrial levels would be enough to alter coastlines. Image: REUTERS/Phil Noble

Mark Hemer

Principal Research Scientist, Oceans and Atmosphere, CSIRO

Ian Young

Kernot Professor of Engineering, University of Melbourne

Joao Morim Nascimento

PhD Candidate, Griffith University

Nobuhito Mori

Professor, Kyoto University

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