Millions of more people may become climate refugees in a world, where unprecedented melting of ice will continue to increase the sea level due to the human-induced global warming, an environment expert said. 

This month saw to record temperatures over two successive weeks on the Antarctic Peninsula, where 90% of all the world’s glaciers are located, once again raising the question of how melting ice and rising sea levels could affect the world’s inhabitants.

Sedimentologist Attila Ciner told Anadolu Agency that human-made measures — such as those used by the Netherlands — would not prevent significant loss of life

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