Surprise: People Keep Moving To Areas Doomed By Climate Crisis (scam)

Them: we’re doomed by ‘climate change’!

Also them: well, things will be fine where I move

Climate change be damned. More Americans are moving to high-risk areas

Seventeen years ago, when Adriana Nichols moved from New York City to Los Angeles, she had a simple wish list: natural light (her New York studio apartment was dark), a yard and quiet neighbors. She managed to check everything off that list — and has spent nearly two decades living in the canyons of LA.

But today, as she looks to move again with her husband, her requirements have changed.

“It is profoundly a different wish list. A place where we have [running] water, where we are not… having bags packed in case fires evacuate us,” said Nichols.

In the last few years, Nichols says the California wildfires and poor air quality make living there unappealing — and downright scary.

People starting fires, unintentionally and intentionally, is not the result of a changing climate, natural or anthropogenic. Especially in an area that is known to be fire-prone.

But she says nearly everyplace she looks to move to is experiencing some element of climate risk. And a new analysis by Redfin, a real estate brokerage, reveals more Americans are moving into areas that face the highest climate risks than ever before.

Redfin analyzed data from ClimateCheck, a real estate climate risk assessment provider, and the US Census, which showed that of the top 50 US counties facing climate risks in heat, storms, drought, flood and fire — the majority saw an increase in population over the last five years. (snip)

“Counterintuitively, people are moving to places with higher climate risk,” said Daryl Fairweather, chief economist at Redfin. “And it seems like climate, although it’s something that people care about, is at the bottom of the list or it’s not the top priority.”

It’s almost like climate cultists don’t actually believe what they’re proselytizing. Hence why Warmists like John Kerry, Al Gore, and Barack Obama bought homes at the sea.

(Fast Company) Florida, where coastal cities are facing stronger hurricanes and more flooding as sea levels rise, was among the top 10 fastest-growing states between 2010 and 2020. (The trajectory has continued through the pandemic, as an estimated 330,000 additional people moved to Florida between April 2020 and April 2021.) Utah, with the fastest population growth by percentage, is dealing with extreme drought, wildfires, and ongoing air pollution from fires in other states like California. Texas, another quickly growing state, is one of the places most at risk from both extreme heat and drought.

They keep wanting to push the sea rise doom and Stronger Hurricanes doom, yet, people keep moving there. Hurricanes are not getting stronger and sea rise is exactly average, when it should be at least 8-10 inches more per century.

“The White House has looked at international climate migration, and there’s a whole working group on that now, but there’s nothing on domestic climate migration,” says Jesse Keenan, an associate professor of real estate at the Tulane School of Architecture who studies climate change adaptation and the built environment. “I think that’s a missed opportunity on many fronts.”

Well, that’s not disturbing at all. Almost seems like Keenan is recommending that the Government restrict where we can move. Anyhow, sure looks like Warmists like to be concerned in theory, but, not in practice.

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9 Responses to “Surprise: People Keep Moving To Areas Doomed By Climate Crisis (scam)”

  1. drowningpuppies says:

    High heat risk? WTF?
    Why do you think God invented air conditioning?

    Bwaha! Lolgf

  2. Animal says:

    Tell them not to come to Alaska. Awful winters. Lots of crazy rednecks with guns. Nobody from either New York or California will be happy here. It’s awful – awful, I say!

  3. Hairy says:
    March 26 2021
    South Jerdey has fastest sea level rise on East Coast, study finds

    With an average increase in 20th century being 2x that of the average early increase during previous 2000 years

  4. Dana says:

    Yet that rather famous Chicago couple, average elevation 597 feet above sea level, decided to relocate to King’s Point, between Slough Cove and Turkeyland Cove, on Edgartown Great Pond, elevation roughly ten feet above sea level.

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