Climate Central have published an interactive map that shows the effect global warming and rising sea levels could have on the planet.
The impact on Ireland would be devastating, with major cities such as Dublin, Cork and Galway all likely to become partly submerged.
The interactive map shows the potential sea levels if the planet rises in temperature by both 2°celcius and 4°celcius.
The issue of global warming is the point of discussion in workplaces and schools all over the world, and leading governments are being pressurised to act before it is too late.
Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg has become a global spokesperson for the future generations in insisting that action be taken by the leading countries in the world to stop the trend of global warming before the damage is irreversible.
Away from Ireland, the rising sea levels will impact all corners of the world.
Much of the east coast of the USA would become submerged, including nearly half of the state of Florida.
Asia would see the city of Shanghai extremely effected by the climate change, and Bangladesh would become partly submerged.
In Europe, the Netherlands would become practically fully submerged if the temperature continues to rise, as well as much of northern Germany and Belgium and the west parts of Denmark.
Take a look at the interactive map below.
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