Your work on polar cities is really amazing, and I see you have been at this since 2006. More to ya, mate. Good ideas, and good illustrations. Who knows what the future will be, but for sure it won't be pretty. We do need to create some kind of safe refuge system for climate refugees in the future.
You call them polar cities. But they are not at the poles per se, and they are not really cities. So why call them polar cities? Just because you called them that and the name stuck as a cute nickname moniker that the New York Times could play with? It's not a bad name per se, but the the words are a bit misleading, no. Why did you call them polar cities?
I have an idea. Why not call them Noah's Arks? That way you get in something a bit spiritual into the spirit of it all, and God knows, we're going to need spirituality in those dark days of climate chaos, no? And the idea of something Noahic, something prophetic, something Biblical, might help the MSM understand your ideas better.
I would like to christen them Noah's Arks for climate refugees. May I?
A reader in New Zealand
Sunday, January 8, 2012
Polar Cities Could be Dubbed as ''Noah's Arks'' For Climate Refugees
Posted by DANIELBLOOM at 6:31 PM