Walter Jones, a billionaire had planned on opening up a resort for the rich and famous, but was killed before his dream could be achieved. It’s up to Detective Jack Norm to crack the case by interviewing the people on Sinking Island to get valuable clues. A game from Benoit Sokal.
Frequency asked questions and rumours
- When was Sinking Island released?
- Who was the developer that made Sinking Island?
- Will Kiribati be underwater?
- Is Kiribati island sinking?
- What island is about to sink?
- What countries will be underwater in 2050?
- What islands will be affected by rising sea levels?
- Is Mauritius a sinking island?
- Which islands are in danger of disappearing?
- How does sea level rise affect the Pacific islands?
- How are the inhabitants of some Pacific islands affected by the rising sea levels?
- How long will it take for Kiribati to sink?
- What is causing Kiribati to sink?
When was Sinking Island released?
Who was the developer that made Sinking Island?
Will Kiribati be underwater?For Kiribati—a Pacific archipelago whose average elevation is less than 2 metres above the sea— large parts of the country could be underwater by 2050.
Is Kiribati island sinking?
The president of a sinking Pacific island nation became a leading voice in global climate change diplomacy. By the end of this century, the Pacific island nation of Kiribati will cease to exist, disappearing beneath an ocean rising ever higher as a result of climate change.4 Nov 2021
What island is about to sink?
What countries will be underwater in 2050?– Portsmouth.
– East Riding of Yorkshire.
– Arun (West Sussex)
– Merton (London)
– Chichester (West Sussex)
– Kensington and Chelsea.
– Conwy (Wales)
– Great Yarmouth (Norfolk)
What islands will be affected by rising sea levels?
For many Pacific nations, rising sea levels quite literally pose an existential threat: Atoll islands such as Kiribati, the Marshall Islands, Tuvalu, and the Maldives, to name just a few, are in danger of disappearing over the coming decades.21 Oct 2021
Is Mauritius a sinking island?
For example, the sea level is rising at a rate of 5.6 millimetres (mm) per year at mainland Mauritius and 9 mm per year at the island of Rodrigues, while the global average is 3.3 mm per year.23 Apr 2021
How does sea level rise affect the Pacific islands?Sea-level rise will exacerbate the hazards posed by climate change (storms, waves, temperatures, precipitation, etc.) to infrastructure, freshwater supplies, agriculture, and habitats for threatened and endangered species on U.S. and U.S.-affiliated atoll islands.
How are the inhabitants of some Pacific islands affected by the rising sea levels?
As sea levels get higher, islands may experience more frequent flooding that could deteriorate freshwater reserves and make atolls uninhabitable. Extreme tides could also cause coastal erosion.6 Dec 2020
How long will it take for Kiribati to sink?
With the country only 2 meters above sea level at its highest point, climate scientists have long argued that Kiribati could be wiped off the map within the next 70 years as global warming worsens.14 Aug 2020