As Climate Impacts Worsen, Planning for Disaster and Recovery Often Leaves Out LGBTQ+ People

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When there’s a climate disaster, LGBTQ+ people are often more vulnerable because of intersecting factors like poverty and discrimination. New research shows efforts to prepare and recover from disasters often exclude queer people. KQED climate reporter Ezra David Romero explains. 

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