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View Poll Results: What's your LEAST favorite climate type?
Tropical [AF/AM/AS] 6 10.91%
Hot Desert [BWH] 17 30.91%
Cold Desert [BWK] 3 5.45%
Semi-Arid [BSH/BSK] 0 0%
Subtropical [CFA/CWA] 0 0%
Oceanic [CFB/CWB] 0 0%
Subpolar Oceanic [CFC/CWC] 1 1.82%
Hot Summer Mediterranean [CSA] 0 0%
Warm Summer Mediterranean [CSB] 1 1.82%
Hot Summer Contenental [DSA/DWA/DFA] 3 5.45%
Warm Summer Continental [DSB/DWB/DFB] 0 0%
Subarctic [DSC/DSD/DWC/DWD/DFC/DFD] 2 3.64%
Arctic [ET/EF] 21 38.18%
Other/something more specific 1 1.82%
Voters: 55. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 12-31-2020, 10:45 PM
 
Location: Etobicoke
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Unless you count the Alaskan coast which has a milder winter do to the pacific, the northernmost area for agriculture in North America is the Peace River district of Alberta.
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Old Today, 03:38 PM
 
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Any desert climate. So Koppen B and E and especially BWh (hot desert) and EF (ice cap).

Both BWh and EF koppen climates are deserts and there is a reason why both of these climates are very sparse when it comes to their population densities. The Sahara desert has a smaller population density than Alaska and both are sparsely populated for the same reasons. The climate and the fact that they are very remote regions. I could see an exception for alpine tundras however because they offer a lot of winter related activities.
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Old Today, 09:34 PM
 
Location: North Vancouver
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BWh for sure. Nothing to be gained from scorched, parched locales. Unless there is oil or mining possibilities.
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Old Today, 09:37 PM
 
Location: planet earth
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I can't function at all in any kind of heat. I would drop to the floor and crawl, if it wasn't socially unacceptable.

I love cooler climates and like to wear winter clothes (don't get to do that much where I live - more of a moderate, temperate climate).

Fifties and sixties are perfect for me, with occasional 70's.
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Old Today, 09:41 PM
 
Location: Kansas City, MISSOURI
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Anything that gets no snow, but between no snow with rain vs no snow with no rain, I'd prefer no snow with rain, so I voted for hot desert.
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