From flood damage to coral bleaching: Global warming hits ocean economies hard
Briefly

Ocean warming due to climate change threatens coastal economies globally, affecting jobs and businesses, as seen in Florida with rising water temperatures impacting tourism and recreation industries.
The rise in ocean temperatures is fueled by greenhouse gas emissions, with over 90% of excess heat absorbed by the ocean, significantly impacting coastal economies and marine ecosystems.
Sea-level rise, a result of ocean warming, poses a major threat to coastal regions, leading to increased flooding and endangering island nations and communities, like Isle de Jean Charles and Tangier Island.
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