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Measuring, mapping, and anticipating climate gentrification in Florida: Miami and Tampa case studies
Marco Tedesco, Jesse M. Keenan, Carolynne Hultquist

Recognize the disruptive potential of climate gentrification. This study looks at the current and potential impact of climate gentrification on low- and middle-income renters in Miami and Tampa, as areas away from the immediate coast become more desirable due to a growing awareness of climate risks. The authors have created a Climate Gentrification Risk Index to help local officials identify areas vulnerable to climate gentrification and plan for long-term land use changes.