Wroclaw, Poland, nestled in the foothills, will find itself with choices after the shift. With a more temperate climate, facing the new equator, and the ocean lapping at its feet, it can utilize fishing to feed its populace and the stragglers that arrive at its door, escaping the rising waters from the melting poles. These adjustments will not come easy to the existing residents, who will question the change in diet, the need to feed strangers, and the lack of guidance during such changing times from the government and church. What to do during those long gloomy days that will last for decades after the shift? Debate!