A photo of community members in Orlando, FL, working on relieving food deserts.

SSDN members understand that groups that have been marginalized by economic systems or racial biases are more likely to find themselves disproportionately affected by climate change, energy costs, and other environmental threats.

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A worker installs energy efficient products in the Tennessee Valley

SSDN is funding the City of Chattanooga and green | spaces as part of its Southeast Sustainable Communities Fund program to work on low income energy efficiency and workforce development throughout the city.

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Group meeting of three residents of Duck Hill, MS.

Inland small towns and rural areas are feeling the very real effects of stronger storms and intense rainfall. This includes the tiny town of Duck Hill, Mississippi, with a population of roughly 1,300.

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