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Old 06-10-2019, 04:43 PM   #5985 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by redpoint5 View Post
"Climate crisis" needs to be better defined. What are the measures and thresholds that constitute a crisis? Is it a crisis if some people are positively affected while others are negatively affected?

As I've mentioned before, some research suggests we'll overall continue to prosper due to global warming until sometime around 2080, at which point further warming will be a net negative.

So, if we're currently in a warming crisis, at what point did it begin, and how do we know it began then?
WE'LL (all caps) continue to prosper as long as those that are negatively affected are free to migrate to the areas that are positively affected. If there are really any areas that can gain more than we lose. Canada? Russia?