San Diego's flooding shows the toll of climate change on low-income communities


Many communities affected most by San Diego's flooding were low-income, with a majority of Latino and Black residents. The impact highlights the inequality in public investment for climate resiliency. This article and National Public Radio segment quotes Gregory Jenkins, professor of meteorology and atmospheric science, geography and African studies. It was also aired by nearly 100 local stations across the country, including WHYY in Philadelphia and WESA in Pittsburgh.

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