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Parts of Sunderland to be underwater by 2030

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Parts of Sunderland to be underwater by 2030

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We will have to start building homes on Tunstall Hills.


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Let's hope Newcastle doesn't get flooded because Sunderland wouldn't want Geordie refugees :lol:


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blockheed wrote: 31 Jul 2022, 13:50 Let's hope Newcastle doesn't get flooded because Sunderland wouldn't want Geordie refugees :lol:
Racist :rolling:
Can we just not hope Newcastle does get flooded and their refugees flee to Scotland out the road?


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Nockya wrote: 31 Jul 2022, 13:38 We will have to start building homes on Tunstall Hills.
Not get many on there. The wind will have them away as well.


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Seaburn will change beyond recognition because some shops down there already use sandbags at times when we get rough seas.


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In my opinion, this is an additional reason to abandon fossil energy sources and switch to renewable ones.


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RiderJake wrote: 23 Sep 2022, 12:33
In my opinion, this is an additional reason to abandon fossil energy sources and switch to renewable ones.
It is easy to say that though but when the costs go up we haven't got to be upset :thumbup:


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thingamajig wrote: 23 Sep 2022, 16:13
RiderJake wrote: 23 Sep 2022, 12:33

In my opinion, this is an additional reason to abandon fossil energy sources and switch to renewable ones.
It is easy to say that though but when the costs go up we haven't got to be upset :thumbup:
The government seem to have enough money to throw at the rich though?
They can subsidise those solutions, windfall tax for example, but they don't want to upset the billionaires though.

Bits of metal and paper over having a habitable planet...


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I don't know the answer :crybaby:


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