Study: Incidence of Coastal Land has Increased, Not Decreased, Over Past 30 Years

Study: Incidence of Coastal Land has Increased, Not Decreased, Over Past 30 Years

Piece by piece, the left-wing narrative that the planet is in danger because of man-made climate change is falling apart, so much so that only the most hard-line environmentalist can continue denying it.

The most recent, damning evidence comes from a study by the Dutch Deltares Research Institute, a name that doesn't exactly spring to mind when one thinks of “right-wing propaganda outlets.” Yet this is precisely what liberals will claim it is when they get wind of the results of their research.

Examining the rate of land to water at coastlines over the past 30 years, the study found that coastal areas have seen around 21,000 new square miles of land during the duration of the study, with a total of 107,000 new square miles around the world being recorded.

This finding flies directly in the face of climate change alarmists' claims that we are losing ground due to global warming. Even the conductors of the study were shocked by the results, admitting that they expected to find a lower incidence of land than they actually found.

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