This partnership involved five projects with 59 students, three project leads, and three instructors. Policy recommendations were made to address vulnerable and marginalized communities that were disproportionately affected by climate change. Project teams created historical timelines that show how county policies have contributed to the county's racial disparities. A spatial analysis of heat exhaustion and heat stroke incidents was conducted and showed that low-income communities and communities of color are more likely to be affected by climate-led heat events. This analysis was used to recommend solutions on improved infrastructure, public sector influence, collaboration with other organizations, education, and awareness strategies.