After describing the latest research on how humans have coped with climate effects, the author's conclusion is clear:
Considering the fact that the alarmists have been able to dominate the debate for years now, it is not surprising that the author of the article does include a caveat:
The question ahead is how well our sources of resilience as a species will succeed as our alterations to the landscape, atmosphere, and water sources interact with the tendency of Earth’s environment to shift all on its own. This is an ‘experiment’ just now unfolding, one that has never been tried before. The intensity of environmental change seems likely to create entirely new survival challenges for the lone hominin species on the planet, and many other organisms as well.
But this caveat does not alter the main conclusion: "Homo sapiens is especially able to cope with a broad range of climatic conditions, hot and cold environments, arid and moist ones, and with all kinds of varying vegetation."