Scientists find that on average, motion of continents is currently upward.
German climate science critical site Die kalte Sonne here reports on a recent study by Hammond et al (2021) titled: “GPS Imaging of Global Vertical Land Motion for Studies of Sea Level Rise“.
Red regions depict positive vertical motion, blue depict negative. Source: Hammond et al, 2021.
For example, the NOAA keeps a coastal station tide list for tracking global linear relative sea level (RSL). The data and charts can be looked at country-by-country here. Overall, only 3 stations show a RSL rise of 7.5 mm/year or more, meaning only three stations (0.08%) are on track to reach the IPCC’s alarmist 75 cm sea level rise projection by 2100.
And if we use the more conservative and realistic 60 cm rise, only 5 stations (1.4%) are on track.