Limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees C could prevent thousands of deaths in the U.S.

A study projecting heat-related mortality in 15 cities illustrates urban risk from warming

STAYING COOL  A woman hydrates on a hot June day in Phoenix, when temperatures soared past normal. A study of 15 U.S. cities, including Arizona’s capital, analyzes different global warming scenarios and avoided heat-related deaths.

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