How to Know Where and When to Migrate because of Global Warming and Climate Change Part 1: The Overview


There are currently seven pages in our Climate Change Migration and Relocation manual to consider. Think of them as your personal climate change migration guide or manual containing all of the evaluation information, checksheets, etc., you will need. 

We strongly recommend carefully reviewing all climate change migration and relocation-related guide pages before deciding to relocate and migrate. It will save you a lot of needless worries, expenses, or "buyer's regret."

In these "how-to" pages, you will find many questions and current global warming prediction information that will help you decide if you should consider climate change migration or relocation, and if so, when and where. These pages will also lay out a sequence of crucial actions steps you can begin immediately.

And finally, this climate change migration manual also contains age-related migration information. How old you are will make a big difference in experiencing the worst consequences of the global warming emergency as they unfold.

Global Warming Migration and Relocation

Knowing when to migrate because of global warming and the other 11 escalating global crises is as important as knowing where to migrate! If you have chosen to remain where you are in an urban, suburban, or rural area and ride out what is coming for as long as possible before you migrate, or you have chosen to migrate, here is some additional information that should help you make the "when to move" decision.

1. If you have not done so already, please go to this page and copy both sets of the 47 detailed catastrophes, extinction, and collapse warming signs and post them somewhere you can review them regularly. As you continue to watch your local, national, and international news, be aware of which warning signs are starting to occur. Be particularly aware of which warning signs are increasing in frequency, severity, or scale.

Depending upon your current location, at some point, while watching these many warning signs accelerate and occur, it will become apparent to you that you have entered your particular "must migrate soon" window of opportunity. Part of determining your personal migration window of opportunity is to estimate how long it will take you to:

a. Find the right location to move to. (As things worsen, more and more people will realize that if they do not move, they will suffer or die. Real estate prices also will drop faster and faster in the global warming unsafe areas. Real estate prices will rise faster and faster in safer global warming areas.) 

b. have enough time to pack and move there.

c. have enough time to buy or build and set up your new home as described in Part 2 of the Job One Survive and Thrive Plan, i.e., garden, solar or wind systems, sewage, water collection, etc.

2. The following timeline chart, when used with the 47 warning signs lists and the other information on migration on this page and in the member's section, will also help you narrow it down for when it is the right time to move your family or business.

a. The 5-year deadline: (From now until the end of 2025.) We still have enough time left to slow down (but not avoid) a mid-century mass extinction event for much of humanity. Although we can no longer avoid mass extinction, we still can maintain some level of control of our global warming future to prevent total extinction! 

To avoid total extinction, we must make radical global fossil fuel reductions immediately and still come very close to the 2025 global fossil fuel reduction targets. (After you prepare your emergency provisions and create or join urban, suburban, or rural eco-community cooperatives and sanctuaries, our extinction danger means we have to educate others in the world about the global warming climate cliff and tipping points. Within these first 5-years, if you are in a high-risk location, land prices in the safer areas will start rising at a faster rate.)

b. The 5-10-year deadline: (This assumes we will miss the 2025 global fossil fuel reduction targets.) From 2020 to 2027, global warming consequences will steadily worsen in a rising but linear progression. More people will migrate. Millions more will die because of climate-related catastrophes. 

If you have prepared, adapted, and are in a global warming safer location before 2027 and have a good Plan B in place, depending upon your location, relative stability and security for family and business are probable until 2030 to 2040. (See this Plan B page, which discusses how to prepare the safest and least safe places to ride out the global warming extinction emergency.)

c. The 10-15 year deadline: (This assumes we will miss the 2025 global fossil fuel reduction targets.) After 2030-2035 many other climate, human, ecological, political, and economic tipping points will be crossed due to global warming, and most of these 11 other critical global challenges will worsen. The stability and security of even the safest and best prepared global warming safer locations will lessen and become increasingly challenging. Those individuals in supportive cooperatives or eco-communities should be significantly safer and better adapted than those who are not.

d. The 15-25 year deadline: (This assumes we will miss the 2025 global fossil fuel reduction targets.) Beginning around 2030, the frequency, severity, and size of 20 worst global warming consequences will move from a rising linear progression into an exponential progression. Stability and security for even the safest and best prepared, safer global warming locations, cooperatives, and eco-communities will become far more difficult and dangerous.

e. The 25-30-year deadline: (This assumes we will miss the 2025 global fossil fuel reduction targets.) By mid-century, mass extinction for much of humanity is unavoidableFrom 2030-2050 will be the riskiest period to survive for much to most of society. Generally, things will be better in safer global warming locations, cooperatives, and eco-communities. Even there, survival is far from guaranteed without the highest preparation, adaptation, and cooperation levels.

(If you still have ANY remaining doubts that we will cross extinction-evoking tipping points and that it will be as bad as we are saying, please read this page first, then this page!)

f. The 50-year deadline: (This assumes we will miss the 2025 global fossil fuel reduction targets.) We will face the worst consequences of runaway global warming, and we will be heading toward the beginning of the runaway greenhouse gas effect, which ripped the atmosphere off Venus. Because of this escalating runaway global warming reality, humanity will face a total extinction event (what we describe as the Climageddon Scenario) beginning as soon as 2070-2100. 

The tipping point and the exponential growth factors that will also affect your when to move calculations

When you are doing your "when to migrate calculations," do not forget that global warming consequences will continue to escalate in frequency, severity, and scale. At some point, this escalation will go from a linear and gradual progression to an exponential progression as more tipping points are crossed. Once this happens, it will be far more difficult and expensive to migrate.

To familiarize yourself with these timeframe accelerators, we recommend you review the following:

The four global warming extinction-level tipping points,

About global warming tipping points.

Your first crucial action step

If you have not already read Part 1 of the Job One Plan, which is about getting prepared for what is coming, please do so before you continue to read the rest of the materials in the Relocation and Migration evaluation sections by clicking here. Please also keep reading this manual as you work on the action steps in part one.


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