November 13, 2013 9:06 AM

In the Caribbean, sea-level limbo could affect tourist hot spots

Harbour Island, a narrow, four-mile-long Bahamas isle 200 miles east of Miami, is among the most idyllic spots in the western hemisphere. But some of its residents might be among the most unaware when it comes to the prospect of sea-level rise and its possible threats to the local economy.

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