How Is America's Hottest City Coping With Rising Heat?

Phoenix, AZ experienced over a hundred days of 100 degree weather. The mayor of Phoenix, Kate Gallego, describes new urban technologies that the city is implementing to battle the dangers of extreme heat. And at an even more local level, two researchers from the Arizona State University are going into elementary schools to offer feasible, actionable heat-preparedness strategies for teachers and students.

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