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Awareness, Risk Perception, and Protective Behaviors for Extreme Heat and Climate Change in New York City

30 Apr 2020

This study demonstrates that non-Hispanic black individuals are more likely to lack access to air conditioning, and with the finding that people with low household incomes are more likely to lack access, may explain disparities in heat-related morbidity and mortality.


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