Posted inNews

STUDY: Heat Disparity Apparent In ABQ Between Low-Income and Upper-Income Neighborhoods

The City of Albuquerque released results from last summer’s Urban Heat Watch Campaign this week, where the city collected the temperatures from 67,662 temperature hotspots around the city. The campaign intended to mitigate urban hot spots and reduce heat disparities in lower-income communities that have been traditionally neglected by previous tree-planting efforts. Areas with a […]

%%footer%%