Like a series of coastal areas around the world, the United Arab Emirates is apropos increasingly exposed to sea turn rise.
According to a 2017 study from the Emirates Wildlife Society and World Wildlife Fund, researchers design sea levels to arise around 3 feet by 2100. If that happens, water would swamp about 8.1% of the Emirate of Ajman, 1.2% of the Emirate of Sharjah, and 5.9% of the Emirate of Umm Al-Quwain. Many UAE residents live in these coastal areas.
A new form of floating home could withstand future rising sea levels. Waterstudio, a Dutch design organisation that exclusively designs floating structures, is formulating 33 private villas on synthetic islands off the seashore of Dubai. Developer Dutch Docklands will build the first one this month.
The buoyed islands will incline up and down with water levels so they won’t flood, Waterstudio founder Koen Olthuis told Business Insider.
Take a demeanour at the plan below.