>>13340424>Is this the beginning of the end?
Probably. But even if not climate change, then eventually it would be something else, like a food chain collapse. But I am not here to argue any of that. Let's just assume, for the sake of the argument, that Climate change means we are fucked. Lets consider the following conditions.
1) We aren't fucked right now but we will be in 100 years from now. So that means you can live out your life okay but if you have children/grandchildren then they will experience the worse of it. This means you can at least prepare and educate your children to give them the best chance of survival in the future.
2) Lets assume that it is survivable in some parts of the world.
Now. What would you personally do?
Myself, I would be trying to immigrate to some island which is big enough to sustain a technological society, which has western infrastructure ( or something close to it ), and which is relatively close to the poles. That leaves Iceland, New Zealand and Tasmania. Maybe also Greenland but I dont shit about that place.
For my hypothetical children I would teach them about Pentti Linkola, firearms, self defense, basic agriculture, Bushcraft, fishing and sailing. Depending on their ability I would encourage them to learn anything useful such as medicine, anything to do with mechanics, electronics, plumbing and building. I base this on the idea that people with useful practical skills are going to be much more likely to survive, not because of how useful their skills are to themselves, but because of their value to others. No one will let the only nurse, electrician, or diesel mechanic get killed fighting off the boatloads of refugees, or starve to death if food supplies get low.