So me and the wife have been talking about buying some land for a longer term “climate change hedge”.
Texas where we are now is projected to continue to heat up… and will be subject to climate refugees from south and Central American countries.
The Deep South is projected to be more intensely humid and in turn the human body struggles to cool itself.
The west is projected to dry out and desertify.
The coast is subject to tidal change and mass disruption.
So we have been looking at Colorado (grand county, summit county but as the west heats up and rainfall totals continue to drop fire-risk increases) . But lots of people predicting the plains of Missori, Minnesota, Wyoming, South Dakota, will be fertile enough. ……the great smokies around Asheville also seem like a good spot. There’s also Canada, it’s cool and fertile and as the climate warms slowly it becomes more fertile and hospitable, particularly around the Great Lakes.
This report/study has been guiding our thinking. – https://projects.propublica.org/climate-migration/