U.S. Army proposes $4.6 billion wall to protect Miami from rising seas

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U.S. Army proposes $4.6 billion wall to protect Miami from rising seas

The plan calls for a six-mile wall to be built to protect coastal Miami from flooding In light of mounting evidence that climate change factors into steadily worsening storms around the world, as well as in sea levels rising at alarming rates, the U.S. government has now outlined a $4.6 billion plan to protect coastal Miami.   The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers released an initial draft report on the proposal in early June. It highlights a plan to build a wall to protect the low-lying Miami-Dade area from flooding due…

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