I remember hearing an episode of Minnesota Public Radio's Climate Cast , a show/podcast about the climate crisis in MN, where a guest spoke about cultural losses in his state. What happens when cross-country skiing is no longer a viable sport? Elsewhere in Minnesota, academics are researching the solastalgia of indigenous communities .
I know this is off topic and doesn't add much, I guess I use humor in order to make myself feel better about dire situations (such as climate change tipping point).
>> I know this is off topic and doesn't add much, I guess I use humor in order to make myself feel better about dire situations (such as climate change tipping point).
We all do, its a way to keep your sanity in an insane environment
This may make monetizing their insane amount of geo-thermal energy easier, perhaps?
With the Ice melting off, it would be fair more stable to tap the country (ironically enough) for its green energy potential. I know there's a fair amount of energy intensive manufacturing that has been moved here for that alone. If they were able to extend long sea cable this would make for extremely cheap server farms too.
Ah, but where would the waterfalls get their water if there is no melting glaciers?
The mountainous areas that get exposed would be extremely cool to explore.
^ been to IS 12+ times in past 2 years