The Portland Press Herald (via Associated Press of course) has a story with the headline: Seaside Residents Surrender to the Sea"
"In the U.S., the starkest example can be found in Alaska, where entire
villages have been forced to move to higher ground or are thinking about
it in the face of melting sea ice. Hawaii's famous beaches are slowly
shrinking and some scientists think it's a matter of time before the
state has to explore whether to move back development."
Let's check in with the real world... some actual Alaskan sea level data.
I guess all that melting sea ice is causing the sea level to plummet.
"Hawaii's famous beaches are shrinking"
Check out these 80 year old photos of the most famous Hawaiian beach of all.