How to Evaluate if You Should Migrate to a Safer Global Warming Area

Prologue

This is part four of the Climate Change Disaster Preparation, Adaptation, Recovery and Migration Guidebook. This guidebook contains four parts, climate change preparation, climate change adaptation, climate change disaster recovery, and climate change migration information. To go to the area of your greatest need, select from the options below:

1. If you have just experienced a climate change-related extreme weather event involving any heatwaves, droughts, wildfires, hurricanes ad cyclones, flooding, rain bombs, wind storms (Derechos), dust storms, wildfire smoke events, unseasonable cold spells, and abnormal unseasonal weather and, you need immediate recovery information and guidance, please click here.

2. If you are looking for the essential emergency backup plans and actions needed to ride out future climate-related extreme weather and disasters, please click here.

3. If you need information on the best actions for how to adapt to coming climate change consequences, please continue reading this page.

4. If you are looking for our extensive migration evaluation and potential location information, please continue reading this page.

Introduction

This relocation and migration guidebook section also includes detailed information on how, when, and where to select the best remaining safer locations for the US and global migration. This manual also offers essential advice on where not to migrate.

It is very costly and time-consuming to migrate to any new location. Therefore, you want to be sure you have all the best and most current information before making that challenging decision. Therefore, we strongly recommend you also use this website's extensive Members section to complete your relocation and migration evaluation. 

For example, the relocation and migration map (just below) will be explained in great detail in our Member's migration evaluation section. We have also included a five-page migration land and home purchase checklist in this area. (It took us tfour  years and 17 weeks of staff travel at great expense to visit many global warming safer areas to create a migration plus or minus checklist, optimal migration timeframes, and the other related migration information found in our comprehensive Migration Manual and guide booklet.)

Currently, many global warming safer locations are already being bought by hedge funds, ultra-wealthy individuals, and investment banks. Prices are already rising significantly in the global warming safer areas as more people relocate after each new global warming-related catastrophe.

Worse yet, migration restrictions in many nations keep getting more restrictive as more people migrate. Therefore, it is critical to determine as quickly as possible if you, your family, or your business will need to relocate or migrate in the foreseeable future!

The Principles of Managed Retreat

Relocation or migration is sometimes connected to the concepts of Managed Retreat. There are many powerful reasons for understanding the principles of Managed Retreat, as discussed in the list of 10 questions on this page.

Although this article begins talking about effective climate educational activism, down the page in the handout for politicians and emergency services directors, it covers seldom discussed critical areas and factors to consider that can also affect your migration and relocation evaluation.

You will hear much about Managed Retreat in the news as the climate change extinction emergency worsens. 

 

To see the next page of the 8-page Migration Section of our Guidebook, click here!

The climate migration and re-location section of our Climate Change Disaster, Preparation, Adaptation, Recovery and Migration Guidebook is essential reading, particularly if you doubt that relocation or migration may be necessary for you or your businesses.

Successful Migration at this time of accelerating environmental deterioration because of global warming-related consequences is complex and challenging! Before you decide to migrate, read the many dozens of migration pros and cons and how-tos listed in our Migration sections of our online guidebook.

Please don't get caught migrating to the wrong place. Instead, educate yourself thoroughly on what we have learned after years of research, physically visiting many locations and much cost.

You will need to become a member to see all of the other pages and checksheets of our Migration section.

Becoming a member is easy, inexpensive, and you will get $50 in climate ebooks and other valuable information. There is far more in the Members section than just the Migration sections of our online guidebook.

There is additional information that will make your life a lot safer, easier, and profitable! (Becoming a member also helps support our critical non-profit educational mission!)  

If you still have ANY doubts about our continuously worsening climate change and global warming future and why many will need to relocate or migrate, please read the following links in the order given:

1. How climate change works.

2. Today's Key Climate change Facts

3. The four extinction-evoking tipping points.

4. Are we headed toward a global warming-triggered collapse?

5. The 20 worst consequences of global warming.

6. The 11 major global warming tipping points.

7. Here are the genuine and honest 2025 global fossil fuel reduction targets hidden from you by our politicians.

8. Is global warming out of our meaningful control?

Here is a new article on climate migration that is well worth reading as it also includes the ideas of climate justice for those who migrate.

(This page previously was previously Action Step 6 in the preparation area of our website.)


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