DULUTH, Minn. (AP) — Duluth native Karen Pagel Guerndt remembers when she first heard that her hometown had been singled out as an ideal location for people seeking refuge from the growing consequences of a warming world. It was January. And it was 20 degrees below zero.

“And so to me, the whole idea of climate migration, it kind of made me laugh,” she said.

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