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By the end of this decade, Nessebar may become an island, Sunny Beach may lose almost its entire current beach, and Burgas and Varna may find themselves with key roads and infrastructure submerged by the sea.
This shows a visualization of the forecasts for the development of the climate crisis in the next more than 100 years. It is made on the basis of Google maps and the data is from the currently dominant consensus in scientific circles for the most likely scenario. And there are worse scenarios, as well as those that are truly frightening, but the chance of their realization is questionable.
The authors are Climate Central, a Princeton-based group of scientists and specialists in explaining in accessible language the conclusions and hypotheses in science, especially those based on large databases. Their organization is non-governmental, not-for-profit and not politically bound.
Here are some shots from Europe and Bulgaria that warn of what is to come, not somewhere far in the future, but in the present: