Sep 15, 2021
Where the rich move to safer land and force other communities to bear the brunt of climate catastrophe.
With increasingly devastating hurricanes and floods, Miami is on the verge of transforming if not submerging: Sea level could rise more than 30 inches by 2060, putting more than 100,000 at risk beachfront properties.
And so some are already moving to higher land elsewhere in the city. And this has its own consequences.
Today, journalist Kate Fisher details climate gentrification, where the rich move to safer land and force other communities to bear the brunt of climate catastrophe.
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