Duluth saw 2,494 new residents from out of state over the last five years, according to the American Community Survey. Real estate agents in Duluth say that nearly every out-of-town client now mentions concerns about rising temperatures and natural disasters as a motivation for their move. “Real estate and climate change cannot be separated,” said Shawn McCoy, a professor of real estate and economics at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. It’s dystopian,” she said in an interview at Duluth’s city hall, a grand, cavernous granite building with Doric columns and arched windows. The post Out-of-Towners Head to ‘Climate-Proof Duluth’ appeared first on New York Times.