Professor Garnaut cites new models that suggest the upper predictions of sea-level rise are now as high as 1.9m by 2100.
This compares to the IPCC Fourth Assessment Report (4AR) that projecting sea level rise of 18 to 59 cm by 2100.
My evidence - this week’s update of the University of Colorado’s Sea Level Research Group:
Readers will note a very slight down tick in the last few months La Niña influenced data. So much for sea level rise.
Garnaut's alarmist claims for the next 100 years certainly don't stack up when I look at that tiny part of the data.