Help us reach underserved communities devastated by flooding.
The Climate Cost Project is surveying communities impacted by persistent flooding in order to characterize and demonstrate the economic harm to individual American families due to climate change.
The Climate Cost Project is surveying the devastating costs of climate change to American households from flooding, including uncovered property damages, displacement, employment loss, school disruption, health impacts, and more, in order to provide communities with data that can help them assess climate costs, advocate for change, and improve adaptation and planning.
Funding Drive to Reach Underserved Communities
Communities of color and low-income groups in particular feel the impacts of climate change most keenly, but their stories and experiences are often neglected. In order to include underserved communities in the study, the project needs to raise $5,000 to assist communities in South Carolina and Florida with survey implementation. Funds will cover travel, lodging, and materials for two researchers.
Every bit of support helps! Thank you!
Your donation will be tax-deductible. The Climate Cost Project is a non-profit organizations fiscally sponsored for 501(c)3 status by the Open Space Institute.