东部沿海城镇将放弃大海的国际

2018-10-26    来源:未知    编辑:admin
路透社近年来房屋倒塌Hemsby海岸 约90英里的海岸线英语应该留给落入大海,因为小型社区有不值得拯救气候变化、政府顾问说。 小城镇英格兰东海岸可能放弃了海平面上升的生命周期
a person riding a wave on top of a mountain: Houses collapsed off the coast of Hemsby in recent years

 

©路透社近年来房屋倒塌Hemsby海岸

约90英里的海岸线英语应该留给落入大海,因为小型社区有不值得拯救气候变化、政府顾问说。

小城镇英格兰东海岸可能放弃了海平面上升的生命周期内的孩子住在那里,今天气候变化委员会说。

海平面将上升3英尺以上,到2080年,这将给沿海居民带来洪水,以及1000英里的主要道路,400英里的铁路和55遗留垃圾填埋场。

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前方的警告“艰难抉择”的沿海社区出现在一份报告中显示牵制大海的成本将超过拯救小镇的好处或贫瘠的土地。

它可能花费高达£300亿120万户家庭的支撑防御被淹没的风险或冲走了海平面上升。

一些社区惨不忍睹的价格持续上涨在海湾水域将不是一个政府投资值得,气候专家表示。

 

 

 

©克里斯托弗·弗隆/盖蒂大海在Happisburgh防御,近年来北诺福克已经失败“是时候人们醒来的真正挑战,”吉姆霍尔教授说,专家委员会的适应。

他说,当地议会的“复杂的拼凑”计划和立法是“乐观”,将不足以拯救许多社区,错误地认为他们受到保护。

此外,房价并不完全反映许多业主面临的风险,这意味着受影响地区的房价可以衰退。 相反,该委员会说,现实的计划需要管理撤出的地区将无法证明资金救援。

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“政府和地方当局需要诚实与影响讨论他们面临艰难的抉择。 气候变化是不会消失:现在需要采取行动来改善英国的海岸管理的今天和未来,”他说。

委员会拒绝评论该地区属于不幸的海岸90英里。 然而,面临风险最大的地区的洪水和侵蚀躺在肯特郡,东安格利亚和德文郡的部分。 诺福克小镇的摇摇欲坠的悬崖房屋Hemsby和Happisburgh已经无法居住,尽管政府支出每年约£2.6亿全英格兰保持波。

注定城镇可能遵循的沿海城市的困境Fairbourne在威尔士,已将作为一个地方,应该放弃了大海。 其1000居民被惊呆了一份报告,建议镇是“退役”。

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