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New publication: Sea-Level Rise and Extremes in Norway

As a result of global warming, glaciers and the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets are losing mass and the oceans are warming, causing global sea-level rise. This poses a growing risk that coastal countries, including Norway, will have to adapt to. This report, jointly developed by Norwegian scientific organisations under the Norwegian Centre for Climate Services (NCCS) uses projections based on IPCC AR6. It provides a knowledge base for policy and decision makers working with mitigation and adaptation strategies for coastal planning in Norway.

Read more in the report on the Norwegian Environment Agency's website.

Please note that the report is available for download in English from the website in Norwegian language.

Date: 07 May 2024