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These nine principles can inform federal strategies to address gaps in the federal response to displacement and migration within climate adaptation, with the goal of envisioning a new framework as climate policy evolves under a new presidential administration.
Low- and moderate-income households, who rely on a stable, accessible mortgage market; are the most exposed to the effects of climate change, and are the least prepared financially.
By taking a neighborhood-centric approach, researchers can better demonstrate the severity of exposure communities experience.
Truly addressing systemic disparities in access to quality housing in Texas requires reimagining how infrastructure investment can achieve equitable outcomes.
Lessons from our current disaster recovery system should inform any national reform.
Flooding in North Carolina during Hurricane Florence
Stakeholders in the disaster field can prevent low-income people and residents of color from slipping through the cracks during recovery efforts.
Roof blown off a home after Hurricane Sally
As disasters become more frequent, how can we help the most vulnerable households?
Man who was displaced during Camp Fire plays guitar
Disaster-affected households are more vulnerable to the pandemic’s impacts. Three strategies could help.

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