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Reply #9 satsu_jin's post
Still not very sure of the actual effects of global warming, if one is to read from the available scientific data.|
it ranges from heavier rains in the tropics, warmer dryer in hinterland of continents (that means northern China) and tougher drought conditions in monsoon regions. It means melting of snow in Russia and Canada.....more grasslands, maybe longer summer period allowing some grain - wheat planting.
than there is the so called "Ice age" effects in North Atlantic region.
so, you might be wrong.
Harsher droughts in Deccan, Africa and North China means "no water" in period of water scarcity. (more efficient dry-outs)
and wetter Southern China, Tropical Africa, Tropical Latin America.
(presenlty we have 1.5 million illegal workers in Japan, I understand Taiwan has 500,000, Malaysia we have 2.2 million of which about 1/4 are illegals probably - so it's a serious matter, Singapore has 1.0 million foreigners, Guangdong has 20 million migrant workers.) (it can be a deluge when conditon become harsh - Pakistan, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Central China, Coastal China, Russia, Korea, Japan could be in for a crisis. )
It's the 600 million in India, 200 million in Northern China and 100 million or so in the marginal regions in Africa (like Sudan).
That's what the +2 deg. C temperature increase has affected thus far.
(feeding the masses is not a problem, what we fear is harsh drought; with water running out before the replenishment from rains or metling glaciers)
We need NEW VILLAGE, and COMPANY TOWNs in those region to reorganized PUBLIC AMENITIES, making water storage, electric, sewage/water recycling, protein/vegetable-fruits possible in drought conditions. Reorganization in North China, Africa, India would benefit them and make them more resistant against dramatic migration of huge number of people.