Project at a Glance

Title: White Paper on Anti-Displacement Strategy Effectiveness

Principal Investigator / Author(s): Chapple, Karen

Contractor: UC Berkeley

Contract Number: 19RD018


Research Program Area: Climate Change

Topic Areas: Benefits, Environmental Justice, Impacts, Sustainable Communities, Transport, Vulnerable Populations


Abstract:

Investments in housing and transit are central to California's approach to climate change mitigation. However, with increased public investment comes concern over potential displacement of low-income residents. To ensure that investments benefit communities while preventing these unintended consequences, this research reviewed seventeen anti-displacement policies, including housing production, preservation, and neighborhood stabilization strategies, identifying their potential to prevent displacement, and the housing markets, implementation scale, and timeframe in which they are effective.


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