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Max Linder | Alex Sherlock

Matchmaking Climate Migrants to Cincinnati Neighborhoods

In order for the Cincinnati metropolitan region to become a successful climate haven for climate migration, it must consider population growth related impacts on individual neighborhoods. As the greater Cincinnati region’s population increases from climate-driven in-migration, communities must recognize who is moving into their neighborhood and support the amenities residents are looking for. This project provides a survey that allows climate migrants to outline their own preferences in affordability, accessibility, safety, diversity, and greenery. Which will create a harmonious introduction to neighborhoods that align with climate migrants' values and service needs. Based on their responses to what they value and desire in a neighborhood, individuals, who aren't familiar to Cincinnati, can find a community to call home.

MCP Capstone

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