Here’s The Best Place To Move If You’re Worried About Climate Change

But would you actually go through with it?

Maggie Koerth-Baker of FiveThirtyEight –

Turns out, finding a place in the U.S. that is benefiting from climate change is both easy and hard, researchers say. It’s not difficult to find the places at the lowest risk of experiencing the biggest hazards. Popular Science has mapped it using data from a variety of scientific research papers and risk assessment reports. Economists have mapped it based on projected changes in various quality of life indexes. Nonprofits are working on projects that will map it based on flooding risks.

But it’s one thing to look at these maps and start dreaming of your climate condo in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.


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