Climate Change Is Real – but there’s nothing Man can do about it – except plan for it.
1. We have hundreds of thousands – even millions – of people living in ‘low lying’ and ‘basin’ areas across the country – many as bad as New Orleans [no one should live there – anywhere – where dams hold back the water and you are in a geographical ‘bowl’!!!]
2. These millions of people will soon need to be relocated [to higher ground]; plus, we will need to build new metropolitan areas as the climate changes – and we need to do this quickly [within maybe two decades – or less].
Climate Change is real (!) – however, I would, more than, quibble – I’d argue – that there is very little ‘man’ can do to change it! It is a process started millions of years ago – it is cyclic and such changes will continue for millions of years into the future (in spite of any mitigation Man attempts).
The ice will melt! All of it … and the waters will rise – around the planet; rather than use it in politics – we need to plan for it.
Sea Levels Will Rise
"There is enough ice in Greenland to raise the sea levels by 7.5 meters, that’s about 25 feet, an enormous volume of ice, and that would be devastating to coastlines all around the planet," said Willis. "We should be retreating already from the coastline if we are looking at many meters [lost] in the next century or two."
Here is a link to article based on a recent Scientific Study: https://www.cnn.com/2019/08/19/weather/greenland-nasa-climate-battle-intl/index.html
The U.S. Needs A Long Term Geographical Relocation Effort
Look, ‘Climate Change’ is real and it is inevitable. It has little to do with our human activity; it is a global phenomena and it has been moving in the same direction for many centuries.
Therefore, places where people and communities exist today – cannot exist there tomorrow [within a generation]; it is simple fact, and we must begin planning for it.
People are going to necessarily need to move from ‘low lying’ areas – from geographical ‘basins’… those who live on lands with natural topographical features that will flood from either heavy rains or rising seas…. must move to areas of higher ground – probably within a few decades.
It must be done to avoid unbelievable, last minute, havoc (of many kinds) – mark my words.
I’m just sayin’ … .