. ..they made it sound like a major crisis; so major that it removed the whole SW from consideration because of high risk. Yet for 99+% of the people here, there is nil impact on their lives
But it would impact residents. The post was about retiring in the SW not living as a nomad. Wasn't it?
It's green everywhere, the trees are not dying, everything is fine as far as I can tell.
Should it be green? I didnt realize the southwest has green lawns like here in the Midwest. Naturally green... With no watering.
We have to worry, if we care at all about climate change and the future of the planet (which includes our children's future).All of us are only here a short time and I'd hate to waste too much of it worrying about things that don't need to be worried about.
BTW, trees are dying. From the LA Times: