Americans are fleeing climate change — here’s where they can go

Econ & Housing

Millions of Americans are living in communities with precarious climate conditions, in houses that feel overpriced.There is a solution for many of these people, though: Move to one of the so-called climate havens.Climate havens or climate destinations are situated in places that avoid the worst effects of natural disasters and have the infrastructure to support…

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