As Rising Heat Bakes U.S. Cities, The Poor Often Feel It Most September 4, 2019

In dozens of major U.S. cities, low-income neighborhoods are more likely to be hotter than their wealthier counterparts.  As the planet warms, the urban poor in dozens of large U.S. cities will experience more heat than the wealthy, simply by virtue of where they live. And not only will more people get sick from rising temperatures in the future, but researchers also found they likely already are.

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