300 Million at peril from rising seas, again those that are least able to adapt and did not cause the problem will suffer the most.

The number of people threatened by climate change-triggered flooding is about three times higher than previously thought, a new study says. 

This is caused by the land, especially in Asia and the developing world, being several feet lower than what space-based radar had previously calculated, according to a study, by Climate Centrala New Jersey based nonprofit organisation of scientists and journalists.

So instead of 80 million people living in at risk low-lying areas that would flood annually by 2050 as the world warms, the new study finds the population at risk is closer to 300 million people. These people are in some of the poorest regions of the world. 

Rising seas will cause mass migration and hit those least able to adapt.

Meanwhile Amranco, one of the world’s most profitable firms, is set to float for an estimated $1.2tn. Amranco’s business is Oil and some investors are voicing concerns over Saudi Arabia’ s human rights record. ( BBC 30 October 2019 )

In 2017 Donald Trump made a pitch for Aramco to be listed in America, saying it was “important” to the US.

The United States sealed a multibillion arms deal with Saudi Arabia a move that solidifies its decades-long alliance with the world’s largest oil exporter. ( CNBC 20 May 2017 )

Neo liberalist politics are driving the world and the peoples of the world to the edge. Find out more and start to ask questions. 

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