Here's an easy lesson on spotting propaganda -- statements made without data. "More consistently" than when? There isn't a single period in the last 18,000 years that sea level hasn't consistently risen faster than it has now -- as that graph above makes abundantly clear."But over the past century, the average height of the sea has risen more consistently—less than a centimeter every year, but those small additions add up.
But the geologic record makes clear another point that environmental activists intentionally ignore. When ice ages end, the ice does too. With or without "climate change", sea level will continue to rise. Luckily, it's not nearly the problem it's portrayed to be. The Netherlands managed to handle areas 5+ meters below sea level with 18th-century technology. With today's tech, we can easily handle 100 times or more the anticipated level of rise.