Climate change prediction maps
Modeled after maps made by The Migration, Environment and Climate Change: Evidence for Policy (MECLEP) project, in collaboration with IOM — Sciences Po project on the Atlas of Environmental Migration. Funded by the European Union.
Additional map information:
“The three-degree world: the cities that will be drowned by global warming” by Josh Holder, Niko Kommenda and Jonathan Watts. (3 Nov 2017). The Guardian.
“Climate Change Could Force Over 140 Million to Migrate Within Countries by 2050: World Bank Report” (March 19, 2018). The World Bank.
“Mapping Physiological Suitability Limits for Malaria in Africa Under Climate Change. Vector Borne and Zoonotic Diseases” by Ryan, S. J., McNally, A., Johnson, L. R., Mordecai, E. A., Ben-Horin, T., Paaijmans, K., & Lafferty, K. D. (2015).
“Asian Countries Could Experience Widespread Water Shortages by 2050” by Justin Worland. (March 31, 2016). Time Magazine.
“Social implications of climate change in Latin America and the Caribbean” Verner, Dorte. (2010). Washington, DC: World Bank.
“How to hurricane-proof your home, according to an architect who designs homes that could withstand Category 4 hurricanes” Aria Bendix. (Nov. 29, 2018). Business Insider.
“How to prepare for hurricane season” Insurance Information Institute
“Hurricane-proof homes that save lives” Love Property.
“Five ways to build a flood proof home” by Jeremy Williams. (January 8, 2016). The Earthbound Report.
“Wildfire Protection for Your Home” by StrongHomes. (2008). YouTube.
New Zealand bunkers
“Wealthy Americans have stepped up investment in New Zealand. Parliament votes to ban foreigners from buying bolt-hole homes.” By Olivia Carville. (September 5, 2018). Bloomberg.
Collage source images:
- John Glover — A view of the artist’s house and garden,
in Mills Plains, Van Diemen’s Land
- Unknown Artist — The Great Fire of London, with Ludgate and Old St. Paul
- Balthasar van der Ast — Fruit Basket (United States public domain)
- Joris van Son — Crabs and shrimp on a pewter platter,
with grapes, a partly-peeled orange, peaches and two wine glasses,
on a partially draped table (United States public domain)
- Van Gogh — Starry Night
- Astronomy: the surface of the moon. Engraving.
Credit: Wellcome Collection. CC BY