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Poor folks and climate change

“The effects of climate change will hit low-income communities first and hardest,” writes Dan Lesser at the Shriver Brief.  And while climate change policy could stimulate the economy and create green jobs, its costs could also fall on low-income folks, he says.

The Shriver National Center on Poverty Law is planning a symposium on climate change policy and low-income communities in Chicago on September 30.

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