Survive Climate Change

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Survive Climate Change

Have you got a plan to survive climate change? We are all aware of the dire consequences of climate change. These include apocalyptic natural disasters, scorching bushfires, record high temperatures and sea level rise.

To survive climate change, you need to have long term plans to survive unprecedented weather events, extreme heat, sea-level rise and food shortages.

Do you have a Plan to Survive Climate Change

Survive Climate Disasters

Climate change is resulting in record floods, hotter bushfires and stronger cyclones.

Survive Climate Heat

How you survive is going to depend on your budget. If you have resources, you should design and build a heat resistant house, adopting the latest sustainable building standards. We recommend you employ a professional architect who specialises in this area.

Those with less resources, like myself, who live in houses that are not specifically designed to reduce heat, there are still options:

  1. Ceiling batts (and other insulation that can be put in the roof to reduce heat).
  2. Renewable energy (solar panels). If you can acquire solar panels and a battery, that will allow you to export energy back into the grid, but more importantly for our purposes, it will give you back up power that can be used to run air conditioning. This way, during periods of heat stress, you will not be reluctant to turn the air-conditioners on. Also if the mains power is out, it won’t affect you, as you’re running from your battery.

Survive Sea-Level Rise

survive climate change flooding
survive climate change flooding

Taking sea-level rise into consideration is an important part of surviving climate change. The advice here is quite simple “do not live where it floods”. Avoid low-lying areas, especially those beside the ocean or near waterways.

Whenever you are moving to a coastal area, take a look at the city flood maps. If a costal neighbourhood floods, chances are it will also suffer inundation from water as a result af storm surge and sea-level rise.

Grow Your Own Food

Climate change is leading to various ‘crop failures’. This will mean less food on the shelves. growing your own food is a great idea.

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By Rob Pyne

Quadriplegic, Former MP, Councillor & Political Campaigner: Rob is an Eco Socialist who shares ways to survive & fight capitalism. #socialism #championoftheunderdog Occupation: Online Editor Employer: Champion of the Underdog! Book: Struggle and Resistance in the Far North

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