In cities like Portland, some areas are referred to as “heat islands,” areas where development has exacerbated the effects of high temperatures. Now, a new study from Portland State University is showing, for the first time, that areas prone to excessive heat are disproportionately populated by low-income communities and people of color due to racist housing policies that stretch back more than a century.

From Historically racist housing policies exacerbating climate change effects in low-income Portland neighborhoods by Kale Williams

Author: Bix

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