How Will Climate Change Migration Impact Investment Migration?
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Climate Change Migration and the World of Investment Migration

Climate Change Migration and the World of Investment Migration

Climate change migration is a 21st-century phenomenon that is making as many waves in journalistic circles as the environmental devastation itself.

The climate impact reporter Jake Bittle’s The Great Displacement: Climate Change and the Next American Migration predicts that Americans will be “forced inland and northward in what will be the largest migration in our country’s history.” Yet global warming is, by its definition, an international concern, and this article considers, above all, its impact on the world of investment migration.

The Impact of Climate Change on Residency by Investment

There are 10 main Residency by Investment programmes, many in overheating Europe.  While one of the most appealing countries to invest in a residency has been the USA, the States faces negative adjustment of coverage by insurance brokers. They factor in the likely effect of environmental damage to your real estate.

As Jack Bittle’s book suggests, the smart move for Americans (and, presumably, everyone else) is to make one in a northerly direction.

This establishes the Canada Start-Up Visa as the best choice for the discerning entrepreneur, no matter where they come from. It has long rivalled the EB-5 Visa as an investment migration option in North America, and now climate change migration looks like boosting its popularity.

Our Executive Chairman, Eric Major, is Canadian born and bred. “Canada is the birthplace of modern Residency by Investment,” explains Major. “So, the way things are developing on the weather front, everything seems to be coming full circle. Canada is once again top of mind, this time for the many who are concerned of where Mother Nature may be bringing us.”

How is climate change migration affecting investment migration?

Your Investment Migration Decision

True, climate change migration may affect your choice of programme. But you shouldn’t commit to anything until you talk through your options with an investment migration expert such as RIF Trust. So, don’t delay and contact us today.

Climate Change Migration and the World of Investment Migration

Date: 17 June, 2024

Posted in: Europe, News feed