The previous situation of global warming has always been a hot spot for everyone , Global warming causes glaciers to melt, which leads to sea level rise. The most affected is not only coastal cities, but also island countries. For some coastal countries, they only need to relocate cities. But for some island countries, they need to relocate the whole country or adopt other methods to avoid disasters.
And nowadays, people often talk about being affected by thisThe most influential country is Japan. In recent years, there have been news reports that three or four islands and reefs around Japan have been submerged by sea water. This is also a threat to Japan. After all, Japan is an island country, and has nothing to do with the mainland. Any connection, plus Japan’s location is also a bit special. They happen to be at the junction of two oceanic plates, and one oceanic plate is slowly leaning toward the Mariana Trench next to it.
In this way, Japan may actually be Sank into the Mariana Trench, but in fact, this situation will take a long time, so there is no such worry now, but now other small countries have begun to faceIn such a situation, for example, the Republic of Tuvalu in the southern Pacific Ocean has announced that the whole country will relocate to New Zealand, and there is another country that is more dangerous than Japan.
Indonesia also has this problem, and their capital, That is, Jakarta, which has sunk 1.5 meters in a full six years. The rate of sinking is much faster than that of Japan. Today, they are still sinking. There are 10 million people living in this city. However, Japan may sink because of the influence of nature, and Jakarta may sink because of their own problems.
First of all, this city is located on the periphery of Indonesia, and it is the capital of Indonesia. It is relatively developed and has many tall buildings, so it has a larger foundation In addition, the domestic water they use is extracted groundwater, which has caused the city to sink slowly. It is said that they are now ready to move the capital.