Where Will Everyone Go?
WORLD · SCIENCE
July 23, 202050 min read10056 words
Published: July 23, 2020  |  50 min read10056 words
For most of human history, people have lived within a surprisingly narrow range of temperatures, in the places where the climate supported abundant food production. As the planet warms, those regions are shifting. Entire nations will lose their ability to farm grains and vegetab...
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July 24, 2020
As a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society I found this article quite interesting. However, I also found it to be exceedingly one-sided. Now, while it may be the case that the Author did not intend the piece to be pointedly biased, it nevertheless is. Additionally, it trades in absolutes, which is also somewhat problematic. But it is the dead weight of its determinism which begets the denouement. As previously mentioned, it is interesting and also informative, in a particular way. In the end though, the ground it seeks to break never fully materializes and it collapses under the weight of its own perceived self-importance.
July 24, 2020
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