You're kidding, right? Antarctica and Greenland have a lot of land ice, as in gigantic ice shelves sitting on the land. Those ice shelves are melting. A side effect of that is during winter the amount of sea ice (ice on the sea) around Antarctica and Greenland is growing, but during summer that all melts. Ever seen those pictures where people calculate exactly how much land will be underwater if we added a few metres to sea level? They're not kidding.
We're going to lose a hell of a lot of land mass on a planet that is mostly surface water anyway. We lose land mass, we lose food production. We lose food production and this gets dicey.
It has been quite awhile since someone warned about the "Waterworld (1995)" effect. I thought that idea died already. I thought were were all going to freeze to death instead, as in "The Day After Tomorrow (2004)". The ideas of what exactly we will be facing due to the "climate change" seem to change with each generation of movies. In the 80s I was scared to death that we will all die of skin cancer, as the ozone layer is evaporating. Even saw some TV movie about that.
One could approach your proposed dilemma in many ways:
- At least up here the land mass has actually raised over (thousands of) years, and seems to keep raising. It has been proposed that sometime in the future e.g. the Baltic Sea will become a lake, as it loses the connection to Atlantic Ocean. So i don't know, maybe it would just good if the sea level raised a bit for change, it might be good for the condition of Baltic Sea too.
- Netherlanders might give some tips on how to amass land from the sea.
- If all else fails, look at the bright side: since humans are not amphibians but must live on dry land, less land means there is less room for humans to destroy the planet. Isn't that what the green nutties want anyway, humans ("humen"?) should leave the planet alone?
Oh, and to hell with the green party alarmist nutcases. Scaring little children so that they can't sleep at nights, and for nothing.
Ps. I fight CO2 emissions by promoting nuclear energy. The actions of environmentalist nutcases has caused e.g. Germany to run down its nuclear power plants, replacing them with more and more coal-fired power plants producing massive amounts of CO2 and tiny particles causing lung cancer. It appears those silly wind turbines or solar cells were not producing enough energy after all.