The United Nations has announced a bold plan to build a network of underwater cities to cope with the rising sea levels caused by climate change. The project, dubbed Aquapolis, aims to create self-sufficient and eco-friendly habitats that can accommodate millions of people who are at risk of losing their homes and lands to the ocean.
The UN says that Aquapolis will use advanced technology and renewable energy sources to provide a safe and comfortable living environment for its residents. The underwater cities will also serve as research and conservation centers for marine life and ecosystems.
The UN hopes that Aquapolis will inspire other nations and organizations to take action and cooperate to address the global climate crisis. The first underwater city is expected to be completed by 2030, and will be located in the Pacific Ocean near Fiji.