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Our Climate Future Is Actually Our Climate Presentfew years ago, a locally famous blogger in San Francisco, known as Bur

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'Years ago, a locally famous blogger in San Francisco, known  created an exquisitely disorienting map which imagined the city in the year 2072, after 60 years of rapid sea-level rise totaling 200 feet. The map wasn’t science; I want to be very clear about that, because it’s reckless to inject any more false facts about climate change. Still, it has always stuck with me, because, it managed to convey something peculiar and destabilizing about our climatological future. The future we’ve been warned about is beginning to saturate the present; it traffics in disruption, disarray of so many facets of our existence — agriculture, transportation, cities and the architecture they spawned — were designed to suit specific environments.Yet, there must also be, in any corner of the planet, and for each human living on it, a threshold at which a familiar place becomes an unfamiliar one.'

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