The US House of Representatives Science, Space and Technology Committee is having hearings into what contribution technology will make in adapting to a warmer world. Thankfully, one of the committee's members has offered a different take on what might be causing sea level rise.
"Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Ala.) questioned . . . the factors that contribute to sea-level rise, pointing out that land subsidence plays a role, as well as human activity. Brooks then said that erosion plays a significant role in sea-level rise, which is not an idea embraced by mainstream climate researchers. He said the California coastline and the White Cliffs of Dover tumble into the sea every year, and that contributes to sea-level rise. He also said that silt washing into the ocean from the world's major rivers, including the Mississippi, the Amazon and the Nile, is contributing to sea-level rise." (reference here)
You couldn't make it up.