The IPCC (International Panel on Climate Change) predicts global sea level to rise 0.6 to 2 feet in the next century. This change is dependent on many factors. The rate of increase is expected to grow as well because of thermal expansion of water molecules, melting of glaciers and ice caps.
Thanks for reverencing the IPCC! They are the most respected authority on climate change. The I actually stands for Intergovernmental rather than International, though. Just thought you should know for future reference 🙂
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