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Confronting Climate Change

 

Dade County, Florida

"Confronting Climate Change" is an analysis of the relationship between climate gentrification and racial segregation in Dade County, Florida. Relying on historical data and environmental research, this story map traces the connection between rising sea levels, and the gentrification of Black communities most protected from the effects of climate change.

This project was created as an assignment in Professor Yuki Kato's CBL:Env/Food Justice Movements, SOCI-274-01 course.

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