Green infrastructure serves as a critical no-regret strategy to address climate change mitigation and adaptation in climate action plans. Climate justice refers to the distribution of climate change-induced environmental hazards (e.g., increased frequency and intensity of floods) among socially vulnerable groups.

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    Cheng, Chingwen (2016). Spatial Climate Justice Green Infrastructure Assessment: A Case Study for the Huron River Watershed, Michigan, USA. GI Forum, 4:1. DOI:10.1553/giscience2016_01_s176

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