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Identify locally relevant social vulnerability data and planning tools that already exist, including:

  1. Florida Institute of Health Innovation reports
  2. Center for Disease Control reports
  3. Census data
  4. U.S. Global Change Research Program Climate and Health Assessment
  5. County and municipal data

Review existing social vulnerability data and projected risks due to climate impacts, and apply to local contexts.

Create or amend existing planning documents to ensure sufficient mitigation of local social vulnerabilities exacerbated by climate change. Use social vulnerability data to drive decision making for regulatory frameworks, infrastructure locations, and relocation costs.