Google News 09/03: Low-income communities suffer from higher temperatures

An investigation by NPR and the University of Maryland recently discovered a correlation between low-income neighborhoods and higher surface temperatures. This comes at a time when heat levels are already at an all-time high in the United States, amidst a general shift in climate that has left the public unable — or unwilling — to act collectively.




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