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Existing Paris climate pledges commit sea level rise to ‘one metre by 2300’

Waves crash against the coastal wall in the village of Carnlough as high tides and strong winds cause some flooding in coastal areas of Northern Ireland. Image: REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton

Robert McSweeney

Science Editor, Carbon Brief

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