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Extreme heat in cities: this new report outlines guidelines for mitigation

A new report gives city planners a set of principles and guidelines to equitably address extreme heat in their communities. Image: Unsplash/Jarosław Kwoczała

Kyle Mittan

News Writer, University Communications, The University of Arizona

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