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red, hailing the Saudi writer’s courage and conviction. In any case, Salem has bet big on Boston-based Year Up. "The deal is not dead. officials, the region faces few other potentially devastating challenges While temperature spikes may shorten the winter season the fluctuations are unlikely to be dramatic enough to do real damage to infrastructure (though they could disrupt local ecosystems) In fact the agricultural sector could actually benefit from longer harvesting seasons “The changes are in a direction that doesnt expose them to the limits of their infrastructure in terms of temperatures” said NOAA official Ken Kunkel To settle on the Northern Tier as the safest place to live the climate researchers TIME talked to worked through a process of elimination Some regions like the Southwest already endure sweltering heat that’s only expected to worsen in coming decades Making these high temperatures even harder to bear experts expect an increase in electricity outages due to growing demand In places like California and Washington drought promises to deplete what remains of the states’ fast-disappearing water sources “The risk of sustained drought is a risk everywhere in the United States” said Owen “But its more of a concern in the Southwest than anywhere else” Still the climate experts cite heavily populated coastal regions as the top regions of concern Across the country sea levels are expected to rise by several feet and parts of many low-lying cities like Miami and New Orleans could easily be submerged underwater by a strong storm Climate changes threaten not only to destroy beachfront properties but also to damage infrastructure that would affect those who live miles inland Infrastructure along coastlines affects drainage from sewer systems and the cost of power and other utilities “Those are the hidden consequences of climate change that a lot of people havent begun to reconcile yet” said Owen Read More: Heres Where People Are Most Concerned About Climate Change But there’s another way to think about resilience climate change experts say Instead of focusing on a community’s vulnerability to climate change or lack thereof you could consider how well a given location can respond to a climate disaster Using this metric coastal urban regions tend to fare well because they have more money “At the end of the day the strength of an economythe income level of a regiondramatically affects the ability of a region to bounce back” said Stephen A Hammer a climate policy expert at the World Bank Hammer pointed to the response efforts in the New York City region after Hurricane Sandy in 2012 as evidence of the way wealthy cities can recover quickly While some affected areas along the Eastern Seaboard still haven’t rebuilt entirely the resource-rich Financial District went back to normal faster Places like New York Los Angeles and Chicago rank among the top-five cities around the world most adaptive to climate change in part due to their wealth according to a report from the Grovsner group The cities have plans to adjust and the money to implement them But to a certain degree the unpredictability of climate change makes the mission of finding a safe haven to settle down an impossible challenge What may seem like a sure bet today may not be so safe down the road “Whats important now to consider is long-lasting infrastructure” said Kunkel “You can build it now for todays climate but you may not be quite in tune to what the climate will be in 50 years” See the Most Insane Natural Disasters of 2014 Polar Vortex The US side of Niagara Falls is pictured in Niagara Falls NY on Jan 8 2014 The frigid air and "polar vortex" affected about 240 million people in the United States and southern Canada Aaron Harris—Reuters California Drought A car sits in dried and cracked earth of what was the bottom of the Almaden Reservoir in San Jose Calif on Jan 28 2014 Justin Sullivan—Getty Images China Smog Tourists walk on the promenade along the bank of the West Lake in heavy smog in Hangzhou city east China Zhejiang province on Jan 31 2014 Zhejiang Daily/Imaginechina/AP Washington Mudslide A massive mudslide killed at least eight people and left dozens missing in Arlington Wash. Theophilus Danjuma (retd. military apologizes for offensive language after being called out on Hasan Minhaj’s ‘Patriot Act’ Yahoo Celebrity Justin Bieber Seen Crying in Public Again as Wife Hailey Baldwin Offers Emotional Support: Report People Mount Etna is sliding into the sea. Moscow denies election meddling and Trump denies any collusion between Russian officials and his campaign.

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