Shishmaref, a small village located on Sarichef Island, north part of Alaska, is slowly being destroyed by freak global climate created by you know who. People living there had to move their home rapidly or face having houses taken away by erosion of coastline. Quotes,
"I went to school on the mainland, and when I came back, my house was gone. They moved it to the other side of the village, or it would've fallen in."
That makes me wonder whether Singapore coast's structures will stand against global climate shift or not. I think not.