REPORT: Bush Family Compound At Kennebunkport Could Be Submerged By Global Warming and other articles
by Sean Chamberlin - Tuesday, 26 September 2006, 05:17 PM

The Natural Resources Council of Maine this week released “one of the most complete depictions ever done of the potential impacts on Maine’s coastline from rising sea levels due to global warming.”

Using the latest available science, NRCM’s analysis shows that coastal businesses, homes, wildlife habitat, transportation systems, and some of the state’s most treasured places are highly vulnerable to sea-level rise.

One “treasured place” in extreme risk is the Bush family compound in Kennebunkport (noted by the yellow arrow below). The area in orange shows land that will be submerged by a sea level rise of 6 feet; the area in red will be underwater after a rise of just 3 feet....

See this article and one on how Gore convinced Branson of the global warming problem at

Enjoy and learn!