I Guess We’ve Turned the Page on Climate Change
According to the New York Times, “A pair of English researchers found that New Zealand is best poised to stay up and running as climate change continues to wreak global havoc. Other scientists found flaws in their model.” Now two British academics, Aled Jones, director of the Global Sustainability Institute at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge, England, and his co-author, Nick King, think they have some answers. Their analysis, published in July in the journal Sustainability, aims to identify places that are best positioned to carry on when or if others fall apart. They call these lucky places “nodes of persisting complexity.”
Well, I guess that seals the deal
We’re no longer speculating about the climate or worrying about meeting end-of-century temperature-increase targets, we’re beginning to list the most likely areas in which to survive. Having moved from America to the Czech Republic in Europe nearly thirty years ago, I thought I’d made a pretty good choice.
But I’ve always want…