Climate Change and Infrastructure

Courtney Anderson, Georgia State University College of Law



The adverse effects of climate change impact all citizens of the world, yet the adverse effects of natural disasters, made more frequent and intense by climate change, persist in low-income, minority communities that do not have the luxury of mitigating such ills prior to the time the disaster strikes. This article examines how Low-Income Housing Tax Credits can provide a channel for building green infrastructure solutions to the climate change problem.