As you move through a city, you probably notice summer heat can be a lot worse depending on which neighborhood you’re in. This isn’t a coincidence.
This video started as an article from Rachel Ramirez – you can read that here.
Jeremy S. Hoffman, Vivek Shandas, and Nicholas Pendleton | The Effects of Historical Housing Policies on Resident Exposure to Intra-Urban Heat: A Study of 108 US Urban Areas
Robert K. Nelson, LaDale Winling, Richard Marciano, Nathan Connolly, et al. | “Mapping Inequality”
City Observatory | How a freeway destroyed a neighborhood, and may again
Climate Central | Summer in the City: Hot and getting hotter [PDF]