Heat and Health in American Cities Low-income areas of cities are often hotter than their wealthier counterparts, and that heat can have dire health consequences.
As Rising Heat Bakes U.S. Cities, The Poor Often Feel It Most
A tree grows beneath a power line in the Park DuValle neighborhood of Louisville, Ky. Urban environments can be especially harsh on trees.
Trees Are Key To Fighting Urban Heat — But Cities Keep Losing Them
Jeanetta Churchill stands outside of her Baltimore row house. She says she has to keep her air running constantly in the summer in order to manage her bipolar disorder.
How High Heat Can Impact Mental Health