Climate change could flood Glasgow Airport
CLIMATE change could cause the Forth Railway Bridge and Glasgow Airport to be flooded by rising sea levels within just 30 years, scientists claim.
Entire towns which are below the local sea level could be submerged, they said, including Clydebank and Dumbarton, in West Dunbartonshire, and neighbourhoods
Partick and Govan in Glasgow.
A map produced by Climate Central, an independent organisation of leading scientists, predicts the impact climate change would have by 2050.
The report produced warned that sea defences could be rendered useless within the lifetimes of most people alive today.