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Must-see documentary on rising sea levels on North Carolina’s coast premieres tonight

Scientists predict about a three-foot rise in sea level along North Carolina’s coast by the year 2100. But coastal dwellers have already seen increased erosion and more frequent flooding.

Tonight WRAL-TV will air its latest documentary “Sea Change” further examining what sea level rise will mean for coastal communities in the not-to-distant future.

Documentary producer Clay Johnson recently sat down with Policy Watch’s Chris Fitzsimon to give us a preview of the doc that airs at 7:00pm.

If you miss this evening’s live broadcast, you can check it out on-demand at WRALdocumentary.com.

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