The data models shared by a Berkeley-based firm show what climate change may do to most parts of the U.S. in the next 30 years. Climate migration stands to have a bigger impact than the economic migration which happened during the Covid pandemic. A fleeing population that chose economic freedom and a lower cost of living might have to move again. 😅
The website ClimateCheck.com portends a future where places that offer a lower cost of living like Texas and Florida face extreme heat, significant drought, and extreme flooding along the coasts. Even the innocuous state of Wisconsin located closer to the arctic faces major storm and heat risks.