I'm not sure you are correct in that. In any event, your "all the rest of us are going to have3 to bypass" comment suggests you aren't interested in a democrat process for resolving an issue with enormous near term economnic consequences that will affect everyone. What gives you the certainty to adopt such an undemocratic and authoritarian position?
Indeed the intensity of the belief in this matter, particularly on the part of people not educasted or experienced in the science itself, compared to the much more qualified and conditional comments I hear and read from real scientists, suggests to me that this issue may contain a significant element of mass hysteria - another children's crusade.
In another thread you cited a journalist's (exagerated) report of the findings of some German researchers who used satellite data to estimate the average rate of sealevel rises over the past decade. There is no built in gauge for sea level world wide, and this method, whils workable from an analytical/computing perspective, is subject to significant error and uncertainty. The report indicated that the previous rate of sea level rise was from 0,7mm/year to 1.0mm/year - a fairly wide range of uncertainty. The journalist reported the new measure was 1.4mm/year -- leaving out any indication of that uncertainty. (Very likely we have some unscientific journalistic selection/manipulation of data going on here.)
Anyway, just what is the significance of a 1.4mm/uear sea level rise, in the unlikely event the repport is accurate? It works out to a seal level rise of 1 inch in about 18.2 years. Will this change be monotone snd continue at a steeady or increasing rate? That's not likely. The geological history of the earth indicates continuing cyclic changes in this and other measures. Indeed there is ample data and theory that indicates that the accurate calculation or forecast of future states in such complex systems is quite impossible.
Finally the consequences on humanity for the cure proposed by the zealots here are greater than those indicated by the problem they wish to solve. There is food for thought there as well.