Say that the sea level rises due to climate change and an area in the US becomes uninhabitable. Perhaps an island is now underwater or a coast line creeps inward. This would displace a number of people who live there, and those in poverty would be unlikely to have the resources to move.
Does the US have a plan to provide any sort of aid, financial or otherwise, to help such displaced people in poverty?
I am asking about if the US has a contingency plan in place for those displaced due to climate change, and do not want to argue whether climate change is actually occurring.