By the time the countries that are today still unaffected and affluent will be affected at such levels that idiot politicians who deny climate change are no longer going to be able to bamboozle their voters it will likely be much too late to do anything about it.
So if you think climate change isn't real and don't want read about your future, better skip this story.
The fact that cattle are being negatively affected by climate is a bitter piece of irony for red meat eaters...cattle and beef eaters contribute very heavily to warming via methane and with inefficient energy conversion via feedstock as well as moving cattle with transportation, so...I can't say I will miss cheap plentiful beef if it's becoming more rare and infeasible due in part to beef's own climate warming.
Very few people have enough liquid cash on hand to purchase a new home without first selling their existing home. If the value of the existing home suddenly goes to zero, essentially those people become refugees. And generally speaking, refugees are not welcome when everyone else feels stressed too.
This aspect of climate change--the long-term effect of destroyed property value--is, I think, underappreciated by a lot of people.
This will get ugly.
Will those people move over and make room? Some will. Most would rather elect a fascist government to try to keep them out.
However I always wonder to what extent the large amount of land clearing for farming has contributed for local climate change in Australia. You can drive for hours and only see empty fields. I feel like we could have done things better. Cattle don't seem best suited for the environment here. Pity kangaroo eating isn't as popular.
"the world is in greater peril from those who tolerate or encourage evil than from those who actually commit it"
-- Albert Einstein