Parts of the Isle of Wight are ‘at risk’ of flooding by 2050, according to research by Climate Central.

The science and news organisation claims the world’s coastlines are three times more vulnerable to flooding caused by rising sea levels than previously thought.

It says that in the next 30 years, 150-million people could find themselves living on land below the high-tide mark.

An interactive map shows the areas on the Isle of Wight set to be the worst affected.

Bembridge, Sandown, Yarmouth, Ryde, Seaview and Newtown are among the coastal regions under threat from rising sea levels.

The interactive map can be viewed, here.