Not necessarily, As the seas really rise, there will have to be adaptation on a big scale. Which will require some cooperation. Currently, I think it is about politics, money and power and not about real solutions or adaptations. That is one reason why I don't think we should do anything now. Wait for a real reason and then act. If we act now, they aren't real solutions. Hence my position. Currently, the hysteria about global warming is about money politics and power, and not solutions. So, wait and adapt. A good example is the example raised about Norfolk. Now what was reported is it is all about global warming and sea level rise. It was a clear misrepresentation of the facts and an obvious attempt to sway public opinion to assist in gaining money, politics or power. It was such an obvious omission, it could be considered a lie. They have a real problem in Norfolk and mostly caused by subsidence. I think they should act now to solve a problem that is actually happening right now. It is an actual problem happening right now and should be addressed. Yes they need and should act collectively.