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Flooding is on track to affect another 160 million people a year 

Sea levels have risen by around ten centimeters since 1993, according to NASA. Image: Unsplash/Thomas Vimare

Anna Fleck

Data Journalist, Statista

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Sea levels are continuing their upward path Image: Statista/NASA
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