PLAN RELOCATION / PLAN R (Chapter 11)

We humans find it difficult to think beyond our lifetimes, which is why many cannot grasp the full disastrous impact of climate change on our way of life.  With the personal difficulties each of us and our families face, we find it challenging to understand and empathize with situations other than our own – this includes different locations as well as different set of circumstances.

If we cannot marshal the collective will and collective action in this country and the world to put into effect Brown’s Plan B – “Save the Civilization” through a Green Economy – we will need a contingency plan to protect our species.  Our Plan Relocation is that alternative plan.  Even if you do not believe in climate change, the existence of flood and drought zones on our planet will force millions of vulnerable people to relocate.  We want to be ready with sustainable and resilient communities on “higher ground.”

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