4 ways to respond to climate gentrifcation
Prices in environmentally safe but historically affordable areas are skyrocketing — displacing vulnerable residents. But socially conscious firms can mitigate the effects.
In February, the Sustainability Initiative at MIT Sloan leadership team, along with 15 advisory board members, traveled there for a weekend retreat. They spent the day with activists from Little Haiti, one of the city’s fastest gentrifying areas. On an afternoon trip to the Everglades, they learned firsthand about climate-driven inequality."
Written by Kara Baskin
Zach Church, Editorial Director