Underwater Broome?…developers don’t think so

Photos by Tom Harley, Theo Dann, William Miller.

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If sea level rises by 0.5M, here in Broome, Western Australia, these buildings, mostly new go underwater at high spring tides, their developers are obviously sceptics. Buidings are: Coles Shopping Centre, Broome Visitor Centre, Broome Airport,Helicopters Australia, McDonalds, and last but not least, Bureau of Meteorology.

Update: Oh noes! Sea level rising three times faster than expected (again)

Somehow, I just can’t get past the picture of the guy in the beret who seems to be saying to the cameraman “Look the island! It is disappearing before our eyes!”

About Tom Harley

Amateur ecologist and horticulturalist and CEO of Kimberley Environmental Horticulture Inc.
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12 Responses to Underwater Broome?…developers don’t think so

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  7. mal wade says:

    some of these buildings have allready been flooded,take a cyclone and high tide together and wheres the water going to go.we had monsoon rains when i worked at palms resort,i had 300mm of water flowing through my workshop..broome is a flood prone town

    • Tom Harley says:

      what these warmists are saying Mal, is that rising sea levels will flood the town without rain. The tides haven’t been any higher in 50 years or more, except when cyclone affected…

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