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August 21, 2020

Downtown Phoenix skyline with yellow skyThis Workgroup was created in the summer of 2020 to share heat forecasts and warnings with communities; highlight approaches to heat relief, communications strategies and resources; identify opportunities and gaps in heat-related research; and connect cities and counties to regional and state resources and information. Read more on the Workgroup's webpage.

Partners:

Healthy Urban Environments (HUE)

Knowledge Exchange for Resilience (KER)

Sustainable Cities Network (SCN)

Personnel:

  • Melissa Guardaro, Assistant Research Professor, ASU Julie Ann Wrigley Institute of Sustainability; Healthy Urban Environments (HUE) & Knowledge Exchange for Resilience (KER)
  • Liza Kurtz, ASU PhD Student, Global Health
  • Anne Reichman, Director, ASU SCN & Project Cities
  • David Hondula, Associate Professor, ASU School of Sciences and Urban Planning
  • Paul Iniguez, Science & Operations Officer, NOAA/National Weather Service Phoenix, AZ
  • Braden Kay, Sustainability Director, City of Tempe

graph of heat related deaths in Arizona
Source: Arizona Department of Health Services