How does climate change affect your neighborhood? A new map provides a detailed look at the different factors that may make your location more or less vulnerable to a warmer climate. The vulnerability depends on the population (more children or older folk are more sensitive to heat), what the land is used for (agriculture is among the most affected because growing food and fiber depends to a large extent on the weather and climate conditions that affect those crops), and location (which determines how much climate change is changing your local temperature and rainfall as well as extreme weather). The map provides a look down to the census tract level and comes with an online tutorial to help you wade through all of the information. If you see a box that looks blank, hover over it with your cursor or click on it and additional information should be displayed. The map below is for Georgia and South Carolina but you can zoom in or out to look specifically at your area. You can read more at and click on the link in the story to go directly to the map.