The rising temperature and the global warming has become a major issue in the whole world. Adding to it, the NASA using the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has made a current report alarming India about an unpredictable sudden change in rising sea level. The threatening risk about the sea level rise is that it can submerge 12 coastal cities in the country by the end of this century. The climate change report has warned that cities like Mumbai, Chennai, Kochi, etc. could go 3fts. underwater.
The report has revealed that the ocean water level of the world has increased about 3.7mm every year from 2005-18. Since 1988, the IPCC has provided global-scale assessments of the world focusing on changes in greenhouse gas emissions, temperature, ice cover and sea levels as well. The report indicates that the Asian sea level has been increasing very quickly than the average global rate. These climate changes also result in changes to winds, snow and ice, wet and dryness and coastal areas and oceans too.