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Rising sea levels could the demise of half of the world's beaches by the end of this century. Climate scientists that 50 per cent of sandy beaches along the world's coastlines could over the next eight decades if climate change on its current path. The scientists from the European Commission's Joint Research Centre. They that the shorelines of many highly-populated areas and tourist hot-spots are by erosion from climate change and sea levels. Areas at risk of forever well-known, popular beaches in Australia's Surfers' Paradise, the islands of Hawaii, Brazil's Copacabana Beach, and the Costa del Sol in Spain.

The scientists that countries like The Gambia and Guinea-Bissau in Africa are to lose over 60% of their beaches. The country to be worst is Australia, where 12,000km of coastline could up underwater forever. The researchers wrote that: "A substantial proportion of the world's sandy coastline is already , a situation that could be by climate change. [This]...could in the near extinction of the world's sandy beaches by the end of the century." Research co-author Dr Michalis Vousdoukas said there were two important ways we could this trend and save the beaches. He said we had to, " emissions and our coastline in a more sustainable way".

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