Student Project | Drowning in Disparity | Shikai Xu & Qingyu Li & Bosong Shen & Linbing Yu

Hurricanes are one of the most threatening natural disasters nowadays. With climate change, hurricanes are increasing yearly, greatly impacting life and property in the United States. Unfortunately, an urban waterlogging from Hurricane Ida killed 16 people in New York in 2021, and most of those who died were low-income residents of basement apartments. It’s found that climate crises are linked to climate justice. New York City is the most expensive city in the U.S. to live in, and that results in housing disparities. More seriously, the arrival of the climate crisis is finally challenging the reality of the city’s gross housing disparities. As one of the vulnerable groups

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