Why one region of the US will survive climate change better than any other, according to urban planners
|09/30/2017||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
A safe haven sounds like a good idea right about now.
Somewhere that’s warm but not too warm, free from hurricanes and flood-causing downpours, and close to a body of water yet far enough to avoid the threat of sea-level rise.
Which places does that leave? According to climate scientists and urban planners, not a lot.
“The bottom line is it’s going to be bad everywhere,” Bruce Riordan, the director of the Climate Readiness Institute at the University of California, Berkeley, told Business Insider. “It’s a matter of who gets organized around this.”
Still, some areas have a better chance of surviving the read more >>>